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- Rahman, Shafiqur, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Agronomy journal 2019 v.111 no.3 pp. 1448-1467
- ammonia; beef cattle; carbon dioxide; cattle manure; corn; crop yield; fertilizers; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; growing season; land application; methane; nitrogen content; nitrous oxide; plant tissues; silty clay soils; soil quality; straw; urea; weather
- ... Land application of beef cattle (Bos taurus) manure can improve soil health and increase corn (Zea mays L.) yield compared with commercial fertilizers. However, ammonia (NH₃), nitrous oxide (N₂O), carbon dioxide (CO₂), and methane (CH₄) emissions may lead to nutrient losses and environmental concerns. The objective of this research was to quantify NH₃, N₂O, CO₂, and CH₄ emissions from commercial a ...