Thursday 5 December 2019

Start Date

5-12-2019 10:45 AM

End Date

5-12-2019 11:00 AM

Session

Soil R&D Outcomes WA & Beyond

Session Chair

Assoc Prof Louise Barton

Description

On-farm adoption of minimum soil disturbance and increased residue retention will alter nitrogen (N) dynamics in soils and N fertiliser management in the intensive rice–based triple cropping systems of the Eastern Gangetic Plains. However, the consequences of changes in N forms, N mineralisation and N availability for crops in these cropping systems have not been determined.

Included in

Soil Science Commons

COinS
 
Dec 5th, 10:45 AM Dec 5th, 11:00 AM

Soil nitrogen storage and availability to crops are increased by conservation agriculture practices in rice-based cropping systems in the eastern Gangetic Plains

On-farm adoption of minimum soil disturbance and increased residue retention will alter nitrogen (N) dynamics in soils and N fertiliser management in the intensive rice–based triple cropping systems of the Eastern Gangetic Plains. However, the consequences of changes in N forms, N mineralisation and N availability for crops in these cropping systems have not been determined.