The effective mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from rice paddies without compromising yield by early-season drainage.

@article{Islam2018TheEM,
  title={The effective mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from rice paddies without compromising yield by early-season drainage.},
  author={Syed Faiz-ul Islam and Jan Willem van Groenigen and Lars S Jensen and Bjoern Ole Sander and Andreas de Neergaard},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={612},
  pages={
          1329-1339
        }
}
Global rice production systems face two opposing challenges: the need to increase production to accommodate the world's growing population while simultaneously reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Adaptations to drainage regimes are one of the most promising options for methane mitigation in rice production. Whereas several studies have focused on mid-season drainage (MD) to mitigate GHG emissions, early-season drainage (ED) varying in timing and duration has not been extensively studied… Expand
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