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December 10, 2010

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thava venkat kumar t

Sir, well and neatly explained about Green House Gas emissions for agriculture related things.

Topsoil supplier

I wonder if they will ever include the N2O emission mechanism to this experiment.As I feel that it bears an overall significance to results.

TETU

I'm not agree with your conclusions about no till and N2O production because in the "no till continuous cover cropping system",
1/ There is no problem of water infiltration even in heavy soil; so there is no significative N2O production
and 2, the continuous cover cropping will decrease the soil nitrogen free NO3- (due to plant N requirement which; NO3- which is the precusor for denitrification.
Adoption of no-till without continuous cover cropping is from the last 20th century; not for the 21th !!
thierry.tetu@u-picardie.fr

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