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Characteristics of Greenhouse Gas Emission in the Upland Soil Applied with Agricultural Biomass
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Characteristics of Greenhouse Gas Emission in the Upland Soil Applied with Agricultural Biomass
Park, Woo-Kyun; Kim, Gun-Yeob; Lee, Sun-Il; Shin, Joung-Du; Jang, Hee-Young; So, Kyu-Ho;
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 Abstract
-N contents in the soil treated were relatively high in the initial stages, but rapidly decreased at 124 days after treatment. -N contents were shown to be opposite patterns of -N contents. emissions in the non-treatment and Carbonized rice hull treatment with application of NPK fertilizers decreased by 43.7 and 21.9% relative to the non-application of NPK fertilizer plot except 5.4% increasement in the pig manure compost treatment. emissions of the non-application, the Expander rice hull application, and bio-char treatment increased by 90, 25, and 21.4%, respectively, but decreased by 54.2% in the pig manure compost treatment applied with NPK fertilizers compared with the NPK fertilizer non-application plot.
 Keywords
Greenhouse Gas emission;;;Biomass;Carbonized Rice Hull;
 Language
Korean
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