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https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-12-2003-2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-12-2003-2015
Research article
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27 Mar 2015
Research article |  | 27 Mar 2015

The combined effects of nitrification inhibitor and biochar incorporation on yield-scaled N2O emissions from an intensively managed vegetable field in southeastern China

B. Li, C. H. Fan, Z. Q. Xiong, Q. L. Li, and M. Zhang

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New nitrification inhibitor CP (chlorinated pyridine) application caused a significant decrease in yield-scaled N2O emissions in an intensively managed vegetable field, while biochar amendment had no significant influence on cumulative N2O emissions but significantly decreased soil pH and yield-scaled N2O emissions. Overall, taking environmental and economic benefits into consideration, CP application in the vegetable field was the best procedure for reducing the yield-scaled N2O emissions.
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