An agronomic assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from major cereal crops

@inproceedings{INQU2011AnAA,
  title={An agronomic assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from major cereal crops},
  author={BRUCE L INQU and K. Jan and M M Van and GROEN IGEN and MAR IA ARLENE ADV IENTO-BORBE and CAMERON P ITTELKOW and Chris and P F Van Kessel},
  year={2011}
}
Agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions contribute approximately 12% to total global anthropogenic GHG emissions. Cereals (rice, wheat, and maize) are the largest source of human calories, and it is estimated that world cereal production must increase by 1.3% annually to 2025 to meet growing demand. Sustainable intensification of cereal production systems will require maintaining high yields while reducing environmental costs. We conducted a meta-analysis (57 published studies consisting of… CONTINUE READING
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