For decades, phosphorous has accumulated in Wisconsin soils. Although farmers have taken steps to reduce the quantity of the agricultural nutrient applied to and running off their fields, a new study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) reveals that a "legacy" of abundant soil phosphorus in the Yahara watershed of southern Wisconsin has a large, direct and long-lasting effect on water quality.
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