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- Bhatia, Arti, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Paddy and water environment 2016 v.14 no.2 pp. 325-333
- aerobic conditions; animal manures; biofertilizers; carbon dioxide; field experimentation; global warming; green manures; greenhouse gas emissions; methane; nitrogen; planting; rice; urea; vermicomposts; water conservation; wet season; India
- ... A field experiment was conducted during rainy seasons of 2009 and 2010 at New Delhi, India to study the influence of varieties and integrated nitrogen management (INM) on methane (CH₄) emission and water productivity under flooded transplanted (FT) and aerobic rice (AR) cultivation. The treatments included two rice (‘PB 1’ and ‘PB 1121’) varieties and eight INM practices including N control, recom ...
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- Environmental monitoring and assessment 2012 v.184 no.5 pp. 3095-3107
- Oryza sativa; Triticum aestivum; carbon; carbon dioxide; color; emissions; environmental indicators; fertilizer application; global warming; greenhouse gases; leaves; losses from soil; methane; nitrogen; nitrous oxide; nutrient management; rice; soil nutrients; split application; urea; urea fertilizers; wheat; wheat soils; India
- ... Conventional blanket application of nitrogen (N) fertilizer results in more loss of N from soil system and emission of nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas (GHG). The leaf color chart (LCC) can be used for real-time N management and synchronizing N application with crop demand to reduce GHG emission. A 1-year study was carried out to evaluate the impact of conventional and LCC-based urea application on ...
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- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2003 v.97 no.1-3 pp. 309-616
- Oryza sativa; Triticum aestivum; alluvial soils; animal manures; cropping systems; dicyandiamide; drying; fertilizers; greenhouse effect; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; irrigation; methane; methane production; rice soils; soil quality; urea; wheat; India
- ... Methane (CH4) is one of the important greenhouse gases accounting for 15% of the total enhanced greenhouse effect. Rice (Oryza sativa L.)-wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cropping system is the most dominating cropping system in the Indo-Gangetic plains (IGPs) of India occupying 10.5 million ha of productive land could be a major source of atmospheric CH4. Effect of irrigation, urea, farmyard manure ( ...