Use of a novel nitrification inhibitor to reduce nitrous oxide emission from (15)N-labelled dairy slurry injected into soil.

@article{Dittert2001UseOA,
  title={Use of a novel nitrification inhibitor to reduce nitrous oxide emission from (15)N-labelled dairy slurry injected into soil.},
  author={Klaus Dittert and Roland N. Bol and Rodney King and David B Chadwick and Daphne A. Hatch},
  journal={Rapid communications in mass spectrometry : RCM},
  year={2001},
  volume={15 15},
  pages={1291-6}
}
Recent recommendations for environmentally sound use of liquid animal manure often include injection of slurry into soil. Two of the most important undesired side effects, ammonia (NH(3)) volatilisation and odour emissions, are usually significantly reduced by slurry injection. On the other hand, because of the higher amount of nitrogen (N) remaining in soil, the risk of nitrate (NO(3)(-)) leaching and nitrous oxide (N(2)O) emissions is increased. Thus, the reduction of local effects caused by… CONTINUE READING

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