Ammonia volatilization losses from different fertilizers and effect of several urease inhibitors, CaCl2 and phosphogypsum on losses from urea

@article{Bayrakli2005AmmoniaVL,
  title={Ammonia volatilization losses from different fertilizers and effect of several urease inhibitors, CaCl2 and phosphogypsum on losses from urea},
  author={Fethi Bayrakli},
  journal={Fertilizer research},
  year={2005},
  volume={23},
  pages={147-150}
}
The extent of ammonia volatilization losses from urea, ammonium sulphate (AS), and diammonium phosphate (DAP) were determined in soil incubation studies. The effects of some urease inhibitors (thiourea, hyroquinone, 2–4 dinitro phenol and boric acid) and CaCl2 and phosphogypsum additions on ammonia loss from urea were also studied. Total ammonia volatilization losses were 32.6%, 3.1% and 2.3% of the N applied to the soil as urea, AS and DAP, respectively. Among the chemicals examined in the… CONTINUE READING
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