USE OF CONTROLLED RELEASE FERTILIZERS AND NITRIFICATION INHIBITORS TO INCREASE NITROGEN USE EFFICIENCY AND TO CONSERVE AIR ANDWATER QUALITY

@inproceedings{Shoji2001USEOC,
  title={USE OF CONTROLLED RELEASE FERTILIZERS AND NITRIFICATION INHIBITORS TO INCREASE NITROGEN USE EFFICIENCY AND TO CONSERVE AIR ANDWATER QUALITY},
  author={Shigenori Shoji and Jorge A. Delgado and Arvin R. Mosier and Yuuta Miura},
  year={2001}
}
Field trials on controlled release fertilizers (CRF) and a nitrification inhibitor (NI) were conducted in order to show their potential to increase N use efficiency (NUE) and to conserve air and water quality. For this purpose, flood irrigated barley grown on a clay soil (Colorado, USA), center-pivot irrigated potato grown in a sandy field (Colorado, USA), and corn grown on a loamy soil at a large scale lysimeter (Fukushima, Japan) were selected. NI (dicyandiamide) and CRF (polyolefin coated… CONTINUE READING

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