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Effect of Carbonized Rice Hull Application on Increasing Soil Carbon Storage and Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions during Chinese Cabbage Cultivation
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Effect of Carbonized Rice Hull Application on Increasing Soil Carbon Storage and Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions during Chinese Cabbage Cultivation
Park, Woo-Kyun; Kim, Gun-Yeob; Lee, Sun-Il; Shin, Joung-Du; Jang, Hee-Young; Na, Un-Sung; So, Kyu-Ho;
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This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of carbonized rice hull (CRH) application on soil carbon storage and emissions from upland soil. It was used at different rates of 0, 5, 10 and . During the Chinese cabbage cultivation, several soil chemical characteristics such as soil moisture, temperature and soil carbon were observed. Also, and emissions were monitored. Soil organic matter contents slightly increased with carbonized rice hull applied in all the treatments. The soil carbon contents with application rate of 0, 5, 10 and were 0, 1.3, 1.2 and , respectively. It was observed that soil carbon content was higher with increasing CRH application rate. Total nitrogen contents of soil applied with CRH relatively decreased with the course of time. However, -N contents in the soil with CRH application rate of 5, 10 and were 28.6, 25.7 and at the end of experiment, respectively. emission at the application of CRH was higher about 18.9% than non-treatment, whereas those of and treatment were lower 14.4% and 11.8% compared to non-treatment, respectively. Also, it was shown that emission reduced by 19.9, 28.3 and 54.0% when CRH was applied at 5, 10 and , respectively.
 Keywords
Carbonized rice hull;Soil carbon content;Greenhouse gas; emission;
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Korean
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