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Synthetic Nitrogen Fertilizers Deplete Soil Nitrogen: A Global Dilemma for Sustainable Cereal Production
R. L. Mulvaney *,
S. A. Khan and
T. R. Ellsworth
Dep. of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Turner Hall, 1102 S. Goodwin Ave., Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801. This study was performed with partial funding under Projects ILLU-875-375 and ILLU-875-397, Illinois Agric. Exp. Stn., and with additional support generated through the 15N Analysis Service
Feb 09, 2013
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In this special Grist series, we'll be looking at where synthetic nitrogen comes from and what our reliance on it is doing to our health and to the health of our waterways and climate. We'll also be looking at ways in which ...
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