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How much nitrogen applied to wetland rice is lost?



How much nitrogen applied to wetland rice is lost?



World Crops 33(1): 21-22



A discussion of the processes (volatilization, nitrification-denitrification, leaching, run-off) by which N fertilizers applied to wetland rice soils are lost.

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