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Greenhouse gas emissions from land application of manure
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from agricultural activities such as land application of livestock manure cannot be ignored when assessing overall emissions from anthropogenic sources. The magnitude of these emissions ...
Manure, crops, and soil health
The effect of irrigation and fertilization on willow productivity
Purpose-grown shrub willow (Salix spp.) represents a viable bioenergy feedstock, especially if these plantations can be successfully grown on unproductive land that is marginal for annual crop production. The objective of ...
Enzymatic activity and microbial biomass in soil amended with biofuel processing byproducts
Plant essential nutrient and carbon contained in byproducts associated with biofuel production have increased their value as soil organic amendments. These byproducts include wet distillers grain, and thin stillage from ...
Crop growth as affected by bio-energy byproducts application
This study aimed to examine the effect of bio-energy byproducts (BEB) when applied directly or indirectly through manure production on crop yield. It consisted of three field experiments. The first experiment investigated ...
Effect of soil pH on sulfentrazone phytotoxicity