Reducing nitrous oxide emission from an irrigated rice field of North India with nitrification inhibitors

@inproceedings{Majumdar2000ReducingNO,
  title={Reducing nitrous oxide emission from an irrigated rice field of North India with nitrification inhibitors},
  author={Deepanjan Majumdar and Sushil Kumar and Himanshu Pathak and Mahesh C. Jain and Upendra Kumar},
  year={2000}
}
Nitrification inhibitors may be potential management strategy to reduce N 2O emissions in irrigated rice ( Oryza sativa L.). A field experiment was conducted to evaluate chemically synthesized as well as locally available neem plant products on N2O emissions, from an irrigated rice at New Delhi, India. Emission of nitrous oxide (N 2O) was monitored during 70 days by closed chamber method in rice (var. IR-72) grown on a Typic Ustochrept (cambisol) soil. Treatments were control (no nitrogen… CONTINUE READING
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