Tags: Nitrogen Fertilizer

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  1. Reducing Nitrous Oxide Emissions with Enhanced Efficiency Nitrogen Fertilizers in Wheat Production in Manitoba, Canada

    2019-02-13 21:17:16 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Mario Tenuta, Matthew Wood, Xiaopeng Gao | doi:10.4231/FXR5-F070

    This project was conducted to quantify and compare the application time (fall, spring) and source (EEF, non-EEF) effects of nitrogen fertilizers on nitrous oxide emissions and agronomic measurements of spring wheat in southern Manitoba, Canada.


  2. Evaluation of nitrogen stabilizers - nitrogen use efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions in Alberta cereal crops

    2019-02-06 16:29:39 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Miles Dyck, Len Kryzanowski, Yuanpei Gao, Dick Puurveen | doi:10.4231/MDJM-0529

    These data files summarize spring wheat yields and annual soil N2O emissions (non-steady-state chamber measurements) at two sites in Alberta, Canada (Lethbridge and Ellerslie) over 2016 and 2017.


  3. Data for Fertilizer Management and Environmental Factors Drive N2O and NO3 Losses in Corn: A Meta-Analysis

    2018-11-02 18:26:16 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Alison J Eagle, Craig F. Drury, Ardell D. Halvorson, John P. Hoben, Bijesh Maharjan, Timothy B. Parkin, G. Philip Robertson, Douglas R. Smith, Rodney T. Venterea | doi:10.4231/R7NS0S57

    Data used in Eagle et al. 2017 (Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 81:1191–1202; doi:10.2136/sssaj2016.09.0281). Fertilizer Management and Environmental Factors Drive N2O and NO3 Losses in Corn: A Meta-Analysis


  4. Maize grain yield record for the WQFS (1995-2012)

    2014-02-28 11:12:48 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Sylvie M. Brouder, Nicole S. De Armond, Ronald F. Turco, Jeffrey J. Volenec | doi:10.4231/R7RN35SJ

    The data included here are for the WQFS maize grain yields only; see companion publications for other data including yields of rotation crops, maize stover biomass, nitrate loss in drainage water and other environmental impact data.


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