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Integrated soil–crop system management for food security
China and other rapidly developing economies face the dual challenge of substantially increasing yields of cereal grains while at the same time reducing the very substantial environmental impacts ofExpand
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Evaluation of NASA Satellite‐ and Model‐Derived Weather Data for Simulation of Maize Yield Potential in China
Use of crop models is frequently constrained by lack of the required weather data. This paper evaluates satellite-based solar radiation and model-derived air temperature (maximum temperature, T max ;Expand
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Effect of Orychophragmus violaceus incorporation on nitrogen uptake in succeeding maize
Winter Orychophragmus violaceus (OV)/spring maize is a novel eco-agricultural system in North China Plain, but little is known about OV’s nitrogen (N) effects on succeeding maize growth and itsExpand
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In-Season Root-Zone Nitrogen Management Strategies for Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency in High-Yielding Maize Production in China
Abstract Many recently developed N management strategies have been extremely successful in improving N use efficiency. However, attempts to further increase grain yields have had limited success.Expand
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[Nitrogen status diagnosis and yield prediction of spring maize after green manure incorporation by using a digital camera].
In order to explore the feasibility of using the image processing technology to diagnose the nitrogen status and to predict the maize yield, a field experiment with different nitrogen rates withExpand
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[Long-Term Different Fertilizations Changed the Chemical and Spectrum Characteristics of DOM of the Irrigation-Desert Soil in North-Western China].
By using Ultraviolet-visible Spectrometry, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer and Elemental Analyzer, spectrum and chemical characteristics of soil DOM affected by long-term differentExpand
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Co-incorporation of rice straw and leguminous green manure can increase soil available nitrogen (N) and reduce carbon and N losses: An incubation study
Abstract Returning rice straw and leguminous green manure alone or in combination to soil is effective in improving soil fertility in South China. Despite the popularity of this practice, ourExpand
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Improved Accumulation Capabilities of Phosphorus and Potassium in Green Manures and Its Relationship with Soil Properties and Enzymatic Activities
Cultivation of green manure crops is important strategy for improving soil fertility in South China. Therefore, it is important to obtain plant varieties that can better accumulate nutrients duringExpand
[Effects of Green Manures on Soil Dissolved Organic Matter in Moisture Soil in North China].
Soil dissolved organic matter (DOM) plays an important role in the biogeochemistry of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus and in the transport of heavy metals and pesticides in soil. In moisture soil,Expand
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[Temporal and spatial variations of soil NO(3-)-N in Orychophragmus violaceus/spring maize rotation system in North China].
The February orchid (Orychophragmus violaceus)-spring maize rotation system is established to resolve the problems caused by the expansion of fallow fields in North China. Based on a site-specificExpand
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