Nitrogen mineralization in lowland rice soils: the role of organic matter quantity and quality
Title: Nitrogen mineralization in lowland rice soils: the role of organic matter quantity and quality
Authors: Sahrawat, K.L.
Abstract: Ammonium production in wetland soils and sediments is the key process that
impacts nitrogen (N) availability, wetland productivity and environmental
quality. Significant relationships between organic matter content and mineralizable
N have been reported for diverse groups of wetland rice soils. However,
recent research also showed that in soils under intensi
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