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Evaluation of N2O Emissions with Different Growing Periods (Spring and Autumn Seasons), Tillage and No Tillage Conditions in a Chinese Cabbage Field
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Evaluation of N2O Emissions with Different Growing Periods (Spring and Autumn Seasons), Tillage and No Tillage Conditions in a Chinese Cabbage Field
Kim, Gun-Yeob; Jeong, Hyun-Cheol; Shim, Kyo-Moon; Lee, Seul-Bi; Lee, Deog-Bae;
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 Abstract
Importance of climate change and its impact on agriculture and environment has increased with a rise of greenhouse gases (GHGs) concentration in Earth`s atmosphere. Nitrous oxide () emission in upland fields were assessed in terms of emissions and their control at the experimental plots of National Academy of Agricultural Science (NAAS), Rural Development Administration (RDA) located in Suwon city. It was evaluated emissions with different growing periods (spring and autumn seasons), tillage and no tillage conditions in a chinese cabbage field. The results were as follows: 1) An amount of emissions were high in the order of Swine manure compost>NPK>Hairy vetch+N fertilizer. By tillage and no tillage conditions, emissions were reduced to 33.7~51.8% (spring season) and 31.4~76.7% (autumn season) in no-tillage than tillage conditions. 2) In autumn season than those spring season, emissions at NPK, hairy vetch+N fertilizer and swine manure compost were reduced to 49.6%, 39.0% and 60.0%, respectively, in tillage treatment and 59.5%, 70.6% and 58.7%, respectively, in no-tillage treatment. 3) emission measured in this study was 15.2~86.4% lower with tillage and no tillage treatments than that of the IPCC default value (0.0125 kg -N/kg N).
 Keywords
N2O emissions;Fertilization;Chinese cabbage;
 Language
Korean
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