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Effects of the nitrification inhibitor nitrapyrin and the plant growth regulator gibberellic acid on yield-scale nitrous oxide emission in maize fields under hot climatic conditions
Nitrification inhibitors are widely used in agriculture to mitigate nitrous oxide (N2O) emission and increase crop yield. However, no concrete information on their mitigation of N2O emission is available under soil and ...
Effects of the nitrification inhibitor nitrapyrin and tillage practice on yield-scaled nitrous oxide emission from a maize field in Iran
Nitrification inhibitors can effectively decrease nitrification rates and nitrous oxide (N2O) emission while increasing crop yield under certain conditions. However, there is no information available on the effects of ...
Nitrapyrin effectiveness in reducing nitrous oxide emissions decreases at low doses of urea in an Andosol
In the tropics, frequent nitrogen (N) fertilization of grazing areas can potentially increase nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions. The application of nitrification inhibitors has been reported as an effective management practice ...
Nitrification inhibitor nitrapyrin does not affect yiel-scaled nitrous oxide emissions in a tropical grassaland
Urea is the most common nitrogen (N) fertilizer used in the tropics but it has the risk of high gaseous nitrogen (N) losses. Use of nitrification inhibitor has been suggested as a potential mitigation measure for gaseous ...