Nitrogen and carbon mineralization of surface-applied and incorporated winter wheat and peanut residues

@article{Jin2008NitrogenAC,
  title={Nitrogen and carbon mineralization of surface-applied and incorporated winter wheat and peanut residues},
  author={Ke Jin and S. Sleutel and S. De Neve and Donald Gabriels and Dianxiong Cai and Jiyun Jin and Georges Hofman},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={661-665}
}
Laboratory incubation experiments were conducted to study the C and N mineralization dynamics of crop residues (fine roots and straw) of the two main crops (winter wheat and peanut) in the Chinese Loess Plateau under different ways of incorporation. The C mineralization patterns of the soil amended with winter wheat residues differed greatly, and the highest C mineralization was observed in the treatment with winter wheat straw incorporated (39% of the total added C mineralized). The way of… CONTINUE READING

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