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Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances
Year: 2009  |  Volume: 8  |  Issue: 7  |  Page No.: 1419 - 1428

Phosphorus Derived From Animal Production: A Review

J.A. Toca Ramirez, E. Salazar Sosa, R.T. Zuniga, J.S.C. Serrato, M.E. Pereda Solis, J. Toca Ramirez, F.O. Carrete Carreon, H. Herrera Casio and R. Ramirez-Necoechea    

Abstract: We make a review of the importance of Phosphorus manure (P) as an environment contaminant and its relationship with organic and sustainable agriculture. The P elimination pathway related with intensive livestock production in described as well as the soil harmful effect. The natural resistance against high levels of soil P shown by some plants is pointed out. Also, procedure to reduce manure P excretion. The poor handling of livestock manure coming out from intensive farming has a very high P contents with represent a dangerous challenge to the environment. Two main tools are available to reduce for P harmful effect one are the phytase inclusion in feed stuffs and two the growing of P resistant plants.

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