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- Bhatia, Arti, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Environmental monitoring and assessment 2017 v.189 no.4 pp. 198
- Sesbania bispinosa; Triticum aestivum; Zea mays; carbon dioxide; carbon sequestration; coculture; corn; cropping systems; fertilizer application; grain yield; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; greenhouses; herbicide residues; herbicides; integrated weed management; nitrogen; nitrogen fertilizers; nitrous oxide; normalized difference vegetation index; soil; sowing; wheat; Indo-Gangetic Plain
- ... Increasing nitrogen (N) immobilization and weed interference in the early phase of implementation of conservation agriculture (CA) affects crop yields. Yet, higher fertilizer and herbicide use to improve productivity influences greenhouse gase emissions and herbicide residues. These tradeoffs precipitated a need for adaptive N and integrated weed management in CA-based maize (Zea mays L.)—wheat [T ...