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Use of slow-release N fertilizer to control nitrogen losses due to spatial and climatic differences in soil moisture conditions and drainage in claypan soils
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
urea in relation to crop N uptake and environmental N loss under four drainage/irrigation treatments in a claypan soil in northeast Missouri. The treatments consisted of: 1) no irrigation or drainage (NIN), 2) no irrigation and drainage (NID), 3...
Alternative tillage and nitrogen management options to increase crop production and reduce nitrous oxide emissions from claypan soils
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
The Central Claypan Region covers an area of 10 million acres of claypan or claypan-like soil in Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa, and Illinois. Agricultural production on claypan soil can have lower yield and a greater impact on the environment...