Differences in biomass and water dynamics between a cotton-peanut rotation and a sweet sorghum bioenergy crop with and without biochar and vinasse as soil amendments

@inproceedings{ReyesCabrera2017DifferencesIB,
  title={Differences in biomass and water dynamics between a cotton-peanut rotation and a sweet sorghum bioenergy crop with and without biochar and vinasse as soil amendments},
  author={Joel Reyes-Cabrera and Ramon G. Leon and John Edward Erickson and Diane L. Rowland and Maria L. Silveira and Kelly T Morgan},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Land use conversion of row crops to bioenergy cropping systems in the southeastern United States (U.S.) creates concerns associated with water use and NO 3 -N leaching. Production of energy from biomass is associated with large amounts of byproducts generated during biofuel processing. Biochar and vinasse are two nutrient rich byproducts that could be land-applied to bioenergy crops to reduce reliance on synthetic fertilizer. However, effects on water dynamics of applying these… CONTINUE READING