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Cycling of grain legume residue nitrogen

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  • Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation By Legumes Is The Main Input Of Nitrogen In Ecological Agriculture
  • The Cycling Of N-15-Labelled Mature Pea (Pisum Sativum L
  • ) Residues Was Studied During Three Years In Small Field Plots And Lysimeters
  • The Residual Organic Labelled N Declined Rapidly During The Initial Weeks Of Decomposition
  • Due To High Rates Of Residue N Net Mineralization And Subsequent Leaching And Denitrification Losses
  • Lysimeter Experiments Showed That Pea Residues May Reduce Leaching Losses Of N
  • Probably Due To Their Effect On The Mineralization-Immobilizalion Turnover Of N And Denitrification
  • Winter Barley Succeeding Field Pea Recovered 13% Of The Incorporated Pea Residue N By Early December
  • The Recovery Was Found To Be 15% At Maturity In July
  • A Spring-Sown Crop Of Barley Recovered Less Than Half The Amount Of Pea Residue N Recovered By Winte
  • The Residue N-Use Efficiencies Were 36% And 15% In Three Sequences Of Cropping Systems With Autumn-
  • Respectively
  • Theresults Highlight The Requirement For Establishment Of Crops After Cultivation Of Pea Which Are E


Cycling of grain legume residue nitrogen - DTU Orbit (20/04/14) Cycling of grain legume residue nitrogen - DTU Orbit (20/04/14) Jensen, E.S."Cycling of grain legume residue nitrogen". Biological Agriculture and Horticulture. 1995, 11(1-4). 193-202.

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