AG & ENVIRONMENT QUAL
AG & ENVIRONMENT QUAL ALS 3133
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Cade Harvey on Friday September 18, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to ALS 3133 at University of Florida taught by Susan Curry in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 62 views. For similar materials see /class/206994/als-3133-university-of-florida in Agriculture and Forestry at University of Florida.
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Date Created: 09/18/15
ALS 3133 Test 1 Study Guide This is a just a guide Material on the test is not limited to the following information TermsAcronyms to know Erosion CEC Leaching TMDL Soil NPDES Soil texture BMP Humus Eutrophication Mineralization Hypoxia Entisol Histosol Spodosol Limiting nutrient Soil horizon Precision agriculture Water holding capacity Surface Area Sources of nutrients manure fertilizers etc Effects of soil texture on water holding capacity CEC and nutrient retention Information found in a Soil Survey Why do a soils test Difference between point and nonpoint source of pollution Role of microorganisms important in the soil Causes of impaired waters in the state general Causes of hypoxia Problems caused by excess nutrients in the water 3qu of Mexico dead zone causes Federal regulation for water quality State regulation that deals with water quality State agencies in charge of regulating NPS pollutants Act which helps fund these agencies Criteria for Best Management Practices Have to be technically feasible etc How does a producer get into the BMP program What benefits does the program bring Things to consider when developing a nutrient management plan Optimum versus maximum yield
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