Nitrous oxide emissions respond differently to mineral and organic nitrogen sources in contrasting soil types.

@article{Pelster2012NitrousOE,
  title={Nitrous oxide emissions respond differently to mineral and organic nitrogen sources in contrasting soil types.},
  author={David E. Pelster and Martin H. Chantigny and Philippe Rochette and Denis A. Angers and Christine Rieux and Anne Vanasse},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2012},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={
          427-35
        }
}
The use of various animal manures for nitrogen (N) fertilization is often viewed as a viable replacement for mineral N fertilizers. However, the impacts of amendment type on NO production may vary. In this study, NO emissions were measured for 2 yr on two soil types with contrasting texture and carbon (C) content under a cool, humid climate. Treatments consisted of a no-N control, calcium ammonium nitrate, poultry manure, liquid cattle manure, or liquid swine manure. The N sources were surface… CONTINUE READING
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