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Measurement of Nitrous Oxide Emissions on the Cultivation of Soybean by No-Tillage and Conventional-Tillage in Upland Soil
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Measurement of Nitrous Oxide Emissions on the Cultivation of Soybean by No-Tillage and Conventional-Tillage in Upland Soil
Yoo, Gil-Ho; Kim, Deok-Hyun; Yoo, Jin; Yang, Jong-Ho; Kim, Sang-Woo; Park, Ki-Do; Kim, Min-Tae; Woo, Sun-Hee; Chung, Keun-Yook;
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 Abstract
The impact of 1 pound of nitrous oxide () on warming the atmosphere is almost 310 times that of 1 pound of carbon dioxide. Agricultural soil management is the largest source of emissions, accounting for about 73% of total emissions. This study was conducted to evaluate the nitrous oxide emission in the cultivation of soybean during the first year of No-tillage (NT) and Conventional-tillage (CT) practices, under the various conditions such as different kinds of fertilizers, soil temperature, and moisture level. In the experiment, we set CT and NT treatments into 4 different groups - control treatments (no fertilization), green manure treatments, chemical fertilizer treatments and organic manure treatments. In the case of chemical fertilizer treatments, emission of NT treatment was 7.78 to 22.59% lower than CT treatment. In organic manure treatment, emission of NT treatment was 6.62% higher than CT treatment in August. But In July and September, emission of NT treatment was 9.50% 28.38% lower than CT treatment, respectively. Soil temperature was correlated with emission positively. In the future, continued long-term research on influence of various environmental factors on the generation of and the economic value of no-till farming is required.
 Keywords
Greenhouse gas;Nitrous oxide emissions;No-tillage;Upland soil;Soybean;
 Language
Korean
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