Slurry 15NH4-N recovery in herbage and soil: effects of application method and timing

@article{Hoekstra2009Slurry1R,
  title={Slurry 15NH4-N recovery in herbage and soil: effects of application method and timing},
  author={Nyncke J. Hoekstra and Stan T. J. Lalor and Karl G Richards and Norma O’Hea and Gary J. Lanigan and Jens Dyckmans and Rogier P. O. Schulte and Olaf Schmidt},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2009},
  volume={330},
  pages={357-368}
}
The effects of slurry application method and weather conditions after application on ammonia volatilisation are well documented, however, the effect on slurry N recovery in herbage is less evident due to large variability of results. The objective of this field experiment was to determine the recovery of cattle slurry NH4-N in herbage and soil in the year of application as affected by application method (trailing shoe versus broadcast) and season of application (spring versus summer), using 15N… CONTINUE READING
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