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FPC Update #04 2014 Pine – N Volatilization

N VOLATILIZATION This is an ongoing work on the use of stable isotopes to evaluate N volatilization and uptake efficiency  using a variety of N fertilizer sources and is part of that Jay Raymond PhD research. At the Virginia Piedmont site, the enhanced efficiency fertilizers all reduced volatilization losses with a larger effect following summer application than late winter.  […]

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FPC Update #02 2014 – Paper on N Volatilization

N VOLATILIZATION The prepublication copy of a manuscript  “Ammonia Volatilization Following Fertilization with Urea or Ureaform in a Thinned Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.) Plantation” has been accepted for publication in Soil Science Society of America Journal.  This work is part of the MS Thesis by Rob Elliott that was completed at Virginia Tech a […]

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