The fate of nitrogen from crop residues

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    Abstract

    To reduce nutrient emissions, the Netherlands have defined crop1specific limits to N inputs. Some crops have a high N content in the crop residues, and instead of reducing N input, management of crop residues may contribute more to reducing N emissions. To predict effects on N leaching of different options of management of crop residues, knowledge of the fate of N from crop residues is required. The objective of this study was to monitor all emission routes of N from crop residues
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    crop residues
    crop residue management
    nitrogen
    Netherlands
    leaching
    nutrients
    crops

    Keywords

    • manures
    • fertilizer carriers
    • manure treatment
    • nutrient accounting system
    • fertilizer application

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    The fate of nitrogen from crop residues. / de Ruijter, F.J.; ten Berge, H.F.M.

    2007.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterProfessional

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    KW - meststofdragers

    KW - mestverwerking

    KW - mineralenboekhouding

    KW - bemesting

    KW - manures

    KW - fertilizer carriers

    KW - manure treatment

    KW - nutrient accounting system

    KW - fertilizer application

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