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Current recommendations for nitrogen fertilisation within the EEC in relation to nitrate leaching



Current recommendations for nitrogen fertilisation within the EEC in relation to nitrate leaching



Proceedings, Fertiliser Society, UK (276): 27



If soil mineral N accumulates, the risk of nitrate leaching increases. Cereals, sugarbeet and mown grassland take up N and little N accumulation occurs at optimumum N application. Direct leaching losses from fertilizer N are insignificant as almost all leached nitrate is derived from soil organic matter, crop residues and organic manures.

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