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Effects of Livestock Compost and Soil Conditioner Application on Greenhouse Gases Emission in Paddy Soil
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 Title & Authors
Effects of Livestock Compost and Soil Conditioner Application on Greenhouse Gases Emission in Paddy Soil
Lee, Kyeong-Bo; Kim, Jong-Gu; Shin, Yong-Kwang; Lee, Deog-Bae; Lee, Sang-Bok; Kim, Jae-Duk;
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 Abstract
To find out reducing way of methane emission from a paddy field monitoring on the greenhouse gases emissions were carried out in the paddy soil with livestock compost and soil conditioner. The seasonal variations of methane emission were high at 36 days and 86 days after rice transplanting, on the other hand those of nitrous oxide emission were high at 64 days after that day. Methane emission by cow compost application, pig compost application and chicken compost application were 331, 282 and 294 kg , respectively. Otherwise, nitrous oxide emissions by cow compost application, pig compost application and chicken compost application were 1.60, 1.78 and 1.78 kg respectively. The total emission rate of greenhouse gases equivalent to emission rate (GWP) was 7,447 kg in cow compost application, 6,474 kg in pig compost application and 6,726 kg in chicken compost application. Methane emission by Ca, and artificial zeolite application were 373, 264, 239 kg , respectively. The total emission rate of greenhouse gases equivalent to emission rate (GWP) was 8,295 kg in Ca application 5,978 kg in application and 5,447 kg in artificial zeolite application.
 Keywords
Greenhouse gases;Livestock compost;Soil Conditioner;Paddy soil;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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저농도 SCB액비의 시용이 크리핑벤트그래스의 생육에 미치는 영향,함선규;김영선;김택수;김기선;박치호;

아시안잔디학회지, 2009. vol.23. 1, pp.91-100
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SCB 저농도액비의 시용이 크리핑벤트그래스의 생육에 미치는 영향,함선규;김영선;박치호;

아시안잔디학회지, 2010. vol.24. 1, pp.56-61
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개량 SCB 저농도액비가 크리핑벤트그래스의 생육에 미치는 효과,함선규;김영선;

아시안잔디학회지, 2011. vol.25. 1, pp.100-105
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성분이 추가된 SCB저농도액비가 켄터키블루그래스의 생육에 미치는 효과,함선규;김영선;임혜정;

아시안잔디학회지, 2011. vol.25. 1, pp.73-78
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