Nitrogen Fertilizer Management and Maize Straw Return Modulate Yield and Nitrogen Balance in Sweet Corn

@article{Gao2020NitrogenFM,
  title={Nitrogen Fertilizer Management and Maize Straw Return Modulate Yield and Nitrogen Balance in Sweet Corn},
  author={Lei Gao and Wu Li and Umair Ashraf and Wenjia Lu and Yuliang Li and Chunyan Li and Guangyu Li and Gaoke Li and Jianguang Hu},
  journal={Agronomy},
  year={2020},
  volume={10},
  pages={362}
}
  • Lei Gao, Wu Li, +6 authors Jianguang Hu
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics
  • Agronomy
Nitrogen fertilizer is an important component of crop production; however, its excessive application could result in N loss that could have serious environmental concerns. Straw incorporation in the soil after crop harvest is one of the most feasible straw management techniques, however, the optimization of nitrogen (N) fertilizer management and maize straw incorporation to modulate the crop yield and to maintain N balance in sweet corn is necessary to get better yields on a sustained basis… Expand
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