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Reducing nitrous oxide emissions from dryland grains soils

Graeme Schwenke from NSW DPI talks about reducing nitrous oxide emissions from dryland grains soils in northern NSW.  Nitrification inhibitors substantially reduced nitrous oxide emissions and other N losses when heavy rains and waterlogging follow fertiliser application. Splitting N applications and alternate fertiliser forms were also looked at. The video was taken at the National Soils Conference held in Melbourne in 2015.

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Proceedings of the Soil Science Australia National Soil Science Conference:

Options for reducing soil nitrous oxide emissions during dryland grain sorghum

Ammonia volatilisation from Vertisols of northwest NSW

Options for reducing nitrous oxide emissions in dryland cropping systems of
southern New South Wales

Reducing N2O and associated nitrogen emissions from grain-growing soils of
Australia

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