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OrganisationCSIRO
OrganisationCSR
AuthorChapman, LS
AuthorFreney, R
AuthorDenmead, OT
AuthorWood, AW
AuthorSaffigna, PG
Date Accessioned2015-04-08
Date Available2015-04-08
Issued1992
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/11079/14217
AbstractObjectives of the experiments were (1) Determine the extent of NH3 volatilisation when urea and ammonium sulfate are applied to the surface of a trash blanket in four cane-growing regions. Evaluate the effect of various placements of urea in a trash blanket under wet and dry moisture regimes by quantifying the amount of N recovered in the soil-plant system.
Languageen
Part of SeriesBSES Internal Report; 1992 No 589 Report SD92002
SubjectSugarcane
SubjectNitrogen (N) fertiliser
SubjectMinimum tillage
SubjectTrash
SubjectUrea
SubjectVolatilisation
SubjectAmmonia
SubjectLosses
TitleImproving the efficiency of nitrogen fertilisation of sugarcane under minimum till and trash conservation cultural conditions (Final report SRDC Project BS37S)


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  • Soil health and nutrient management [106]
    Research outcomes: Soil health is improved with a resulting positive impact on the environment and yield growth. Improved reputation and relationship between industry and environmental groups.

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