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    Inorganic nitrogen (N) dissolved in groundwater could be lost for crop production through downward and sideway movements of groundwater, resulting in lower yields and profit margins above costs. Differences in leaching between N sources can effectively be utilised to reduce the risk of N leaching.

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    Volatilisation of applied nitrogen is primarily in the form of ammonia (NH3), although losses in the form of atmospheric nitrogen (N2 en N2O) may also occur when soils are waterlogged.

  • With harvest wrapping up this fall our attentions are being drawn to the next growing season already. Now’s the time to choose what seed hybrid to plant, which tillage method to implement, how much fertilizer to apply, and in some cases what source of that fertilizer to use.

  • Solving environmental problems usually just means cleaning up the mess people have made. But scientists are increasingly interested in creating something valuable from pollution.

  • Healthy soil contributes to healthy crops. Farmers know this, so they do what they can to ensure their soil is in good shape.

  • An important part of strong legumes pastures not only includes suitable species and varieties, but also successful nodulation with appropriate root nodule bacteria. 

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