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Nitrous oxide emissions from soils due to application of animal dung composts on pot culture soils during peanut and rice growing periods

Chao ChenChing

Taiwanese Journal of Agricultural Chemistry and Food Science 39(4): 275-283


ISSN/ISBN: 1605-2471
Accession: 003862679

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Manure reuse in crop production can mitigate nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions into the environment. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of hog, chicken and cow dung composts on N2O flux from groundnut and rice pot soils, and the factors regulating N2O formation in soils. The autumn crop was groundnut and the spring crop was rice. The N2O flux was measured using the static closed chamber technique.

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