Spatial and Temporal Variation in Economically Optimum Nitrogen Rate for Corn

@inproceedings{Mamo2003SpatialAT,
  title={Spatial and Temporal Variation in Economically Optimum Nitrogen Rate for Corn},
  author={Martha Mamo and Gary L. Malzer and David J. Mulla and David R. Huggins and Jeffrey S. Strock},
  year={2003}
}
rally affected, it would suggest that the benefits associated with a nitrification inhibitor may also be spatially The economically optimum N rate (EONR) required for corn (Zea and temporally influenced. mays L.) may vary spatially due to variation in soil characteristics and temporally due to the interactions of environmental factors. The The potential economic and environmental benefits objectives of this research were to quantify the impact of field variabilassociated with site-specific N… CONTINUE READING

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