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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Browse CROPSYS on fertility and nitrogen

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CO (4) Canada (3) England (1)
ID (5) India (4) Kansas (1)
MT (6) N-serve (1) NE (1)
OR (9) PA (1) Pacific Northwest (5)
Saskatchewan (5) WA (19) WY (1)
acidification (1) alfalfa (1) anhydrous ammonia (2)
asymbiotic fixation (1) azotobacter (1) barley (5)
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calcium (2) carbon (2) carbon accumulation (1)
climate (1) compaction (1) computer model (1)
conservation tillage (1) crop nutrition (1) crop rotation (7)
disease (3) downy brome (1) economics (1)
erosion (2) fertilization (1) fertilizer (2)
fertilizer management (1) fertilizer placement (3) flax (1)
foliar feed (1) foot rot (1) forage quality (1)
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manure (1) microbes (2) moisture (7)
moisture stress (1) nitrification inhibitor (3) nitrogen (54)
nitrogen availability (2) nitrogen fertility (3) nitrogen fertilization (1)
nitrogen fertilizer (11) nitrogen fertilizer placement (3) nitrogen fertilizers (2)
nitrogen fixation (7) nitrogen losses (1) nitrogen management (2)
nitrogen mineralization (2) nitrogen release (1) nitrogen source (1)
nitrogen timing (2) nitrogen use efficiency (2) no-till (5)
no-till winter wheat (2) nutritional quality (1) organic matter (7)
organic matter interactions (1) organic matter yields (1) pH (3)
peas (1) phosphorus (8) plant tissue test (1)
potassium (2) range grass (1) rapeseed (1)
residue management (2) root development (1) sainfoin (1)
sewage sludge (1) soil moisture (2) soil nitrogen (1)
soil pH (4) soil quality (6) soil reactions (1)
soil structure (3) soil testing (2) spring wheat yields (1)
sulfur (7) summer fallow (1) tillage (4)
water use (2) weed (4) wheat (16)
wheat quality (1) wheat yield (1) winter survival (2)
winter wheat (3)

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