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Biosolids Increase Grass Yield, Grass Quality, and Soil Fertility in Dryland Pasture Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this report is to document changes resulting from long-term application of biosolids to grazed dryland pasture. The report contains two chapters: • Chapter 1: Biosolids Increase Grass Yield and Quality in Dryland Pasture • Chapter 2: Biosolids Increase Soil Fertility in Dryland Pasture Data summarized here was derived from annual reports submitted by the City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) from 1996 to 2007. This report is a collaborative effort by Mark Ronayne, Greg Charr, and Jim Utberg, City of Portland; Don Horneck and Dan Sullivan, Oregon State University; and Kent Madison, Madison Farms.
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  • Sullivan, Dan M. 2008. Biosolids Increase Grass Yield, Grass Quality, and Soil Fertility in Dryland Pasture. Bureau of Environmental Services, City of Portland.
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  • Bureau of Environmental Services, City of Portland
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