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- Rochford, N., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2016 v.215 pp. 68-75
- ammonia; cattle housing; cattle manure; chitosan; cost effectiveness; denitrification; dicyandiamide; farmers; field experimentation; grasslands; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; land application; mixing; nitrification; nitrification inhibitors; nitrogen; nitrous oxide; nutrients; slurries; soil
- ... Large quantities of organic manures and soiled water are generated by cattle housing every year. These organic wastes are stored until soil conditions are suitable for landspreading or there is a crop requirement for nutrients. After land application, some nitrogen (N) is lost through the direct emission of nitrous oxide (N2O), a powerful greenhouse gas (GHG) produced by nitrification and partial ...