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Effect of Green Manure Crop and Biochar on Nitrous Oxide Emission from Red Pepper Field
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 Title & Authors
Effect of Green Manure Crop and Biochar on Nitrous Oxide Emission from Red Pepper Field
Seo, Young-Ho; Kim, Se-Won; Choi, Seung-Chul; Kim, In-Jong; Kim, Kyung-Hi; Kim, Gun-Yeob;
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 Abstract
Atmospheric nitrous oxide () level has been increasing at a rate of 0.2~0.3% per year. The rise in concentration in atmosphere was mainly due to an increased application of nitrogen fertilizers. The objective of the study was to assess the effect of green manure crop and biochar on emissions from upland crop field. The green manure crop used in the study was hairy vetch and the cultivated crop was red pepper (Capsicum annuum L.). Nitrogen was applied at a rate of , standard N fertilization rate for red pepper. Emissions of from the field were reduced from the plots applied with hairy vetch and biochar by 46.5% and 24.6%, respectively, compared with nitrogen fertilizer treated plots with emission of . The results from the study imply that green manure crop and biochar can be utilized to reduce greenhouse gas emission from the upland crop field.
 Keywords
Biochar;Greenhouse gas;Green manure crop;Nitrous oxide;Red pepper;
 Language
Korean
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