Comparison of Laboratory Methods and an In Situ Method for Estimating Nitrogen Mineralization in an Irrigated Silt-Loam Soil

@inproceedings{Wienhold2017ComparisonOL,
  title={Comparison of Laboratory Methods and an In Situ Method for Estimating Nitrogen Mineralization in an Irrigated Silt-Loam Soil},
  author={Brian J. Wienhold},
  year={2017}
}
Nitrogen (N) mineralization makes a considerable contribution to cropavailable N and is difficult to estimate. Reliable methods for measuring N mineralization are needed to produce data sets for developing N-mineralization models, as a component in fertilizer recommendation algorithms, and to assess the effect of management practices on N mineralization. Numerous methods are available for estimating N mineralization. Laboratory methods are relatively easy but may not reflect conditions in the… CONTINUE READING

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