ammonia volatilization
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Author(s):  
Zheli Ding ◽  
Mosaed A. Majrashi ◽  
Adel M. Ghoneim ◽  
Esmat F. Ali ◽  
Mamdouh A. Eissa ◽  
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2022 ◽  
Vol 301 ◽  
pp. 113807
Author(s):  
Wei Zhang ◽  
Clayton Butterly ◽  
Bing Han ◽  
Ji-Zheng He ◽  
Deli Chen

2021 ◽  
Vol 108 (4) ◽  
pp. 331-338
Author(s):  
Mahmoud G. M. Abd El-Rahim ◽  
Sen Dou ◽  
Liu Xin ◽  
Shuai Xie ◽  
Ahmed Sharaf ◽  
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Agronomy ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (12) ◽  
pp. 2396
Author(s):  
Muhammad Yaseen ◽  
Adeel Ahmad ◽  
Muhammad Naveed ◽  
Muhammad Asif Ali ◽  
Syed Shahid Hussain Shah ◽  
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Nitrogen (N) is an essential plant nutrient, therefore, N-deficient soils affect plant growth and development. The excessive and unwise application of N fertilizers result in nutrient losses and lower nutrient use efficiency that leads to the low crop productivity. Ammonia volatilization causes a major loss after N fertilization that causes environmental pollution. This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of coating and uncoating N fertilizer in enhancing yield and nutrient-use efficiency with reduced ammonia emissions. The recommended rate of nitrogen and phosphorus, urea and di-ammonium phosphate (DAP) fertilizers were coated manually with 1% polymer solution. DAP (coated/uncoated) and potassium were applied at the time of sowing as subsurface application. While urea (coated/uncoated) was applied as surface and subsurface application. Results showed that nutrient use efficiencies of wheat were found to be maximum with the subsurface application of coated N fertilizer which increased nutrient-use efficiency by 44.57 (N), 44.56 (P) and 44.53% (K) higher than the surface application of uncoated N fertilizer. Ammonia emissions were found the lowest with subsurface-applied coated N fertilizer. Thus, coated fertilizer applied via subsurface was found the best technique to overcome the ammonia volatilization with an improvement in the yield and nutrient-use efficiency of wheat.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
César Ferreira Santos ◽  
Sheila Isabel do Carmo Pinto ◽  
Douglas Guelfi ◽  
Sara Dantas Rosa ◽  
Adrianne Braga da Fonseca ◽  
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Abstract With the advance of the no-tillage system (NT system) in Brazil, the adoption of technologies for nitrogen fertilization in these soils become essential for increasing the efficiency of N use in the system. In this sense, the objective of this study was to quantify ammonia losses, N removal in grains, and with 2nd crop yield in NT system and conventional (T system) planting areas that received application of different N fertilizers and their technologies. Ammonia volatilization, N extraction in grains and corn yield in response to the application of conventional fertilizers were compared to urease inhibitors treated urea in NT and T systems. The treatments were: no-N (Control); Prilled urea (PU); urea + NBPT (UNBPT); urea + Cu + B (UCuB); ammonium nitrate (AN), and ammonium sulfate (AS). In the NT system, the N-NH3 losses were 49% greater than in the T system; without differences for corn yield. The fertilizers as AN, and AS had the lowest N-NH3 losses, regardless of tillage system. UNBPT reduced the mean N-NH3 loss by 33% compared to PU. UNBPT (1,200 mg kg-1) and UNBPT (180 mg kg-1) reduced by 72% and 22% the N-NH3 losses compared to PU in the NT system.


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Wen‐Ming Xie ◽  
Pei‐Kun Yuan ◽  
You Ma ◽  
Wei‐Ming Shi ◽  
Hai‐Lin Zhang ◽  
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