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Nitrate breakdown products in green fodder silage. 1. Nitrogen oxide gases



Nitrate breakdown products in green fodder silage. 1. Nitrogen oxide gases



Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin, Agrarwissenschaften 36(4): 290-294



In laboratory experiments using Lolium multiflorum herbage given 150-180 kg N/ha in the field and ensiled in 5-litre flasks, an av. of about 5% of the nitrate content of the silage was converted into N oxides, of which 71.1-98.1% was NO, with a secondary oxidation to NO2 by combination with atmospheric O2. The reaction did not occur in sterilized silage and was almost complete after 3 days, with further evolution of N oxides ascribed to flushing from voids in the silage.

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