N Uptake and Distribution in Plant Canopies

@inproceedings{Lemaire1997NUA,
  title={N Uptake and Distribution in Plant Canopies},
  author={G. Carmichael Lemaire and François Gastal},
  year={1997}
}
Nitrogen (N) is often considered to be the most important limiting factor, after water deficiency, for biomass production in natural ecosystems. In arable and forage cropping, N fertilization practices can provide a sufficient N supply for plants to achieve the potential growth allowed by the amount of energy intercepted by the crop. However, to ensure that this potential yield is reached, the N inputs are often higher than the minimum required for maximum crop growth: this is particularly true… CONTINUE READING

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