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Management to Reduce N2O Emissions in Organic Vegetable Production Systems Webinar

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Published on Mar 1, 2014

Presenters: Ann-Marie Fortuna, Douglas Collins, Craig Cogger

This webinar is the second of a 2-part series on Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Soil Quality in Long-term Integrated and Transitional Reduced Tillage Organic Systems. The first webinar is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UU...

This is the focus of our current research. How do different organic vegetable production systems affect N2O emissions, and how do other outcomes of those systems affect their potential for adoption?

Systems include full tillage with high-carbon amendment (compost), full tillage with low carbon amendment (broiler litter), pasture-vegetable rotation, and reduced tillage cover crop mulch.

Measurements include N2O and CO2 emissions, soil N, microbial ecology focused on denitrification organisms, crop yield, and soil quality. Measurements are focused on key times during the season, including amendment application and tillage, irrigation, and freeze-thaw.

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