Managing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Temperate Clay Soil

Managing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Temperate Clay Soil delves into vital factors influencing N2O, CO2, and CH4 emissions. Exploring reduced tillage and legume-based rotations, the study unveils impactful practices. Notably, conventionally managed fields with specific crop rotations exhibit optimal outcomes, emphasizing the intricate interplay of environmental and management factors. This research emphasizes the need for a comprehensive approach considering both management practices and environmental variables to effectively mitigate GHG emissions from clay soil in temperate climates.

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