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Slurry crusts form on the slurry surface and act as a primary barrier to gaseous emissions and could also be a zone where CH 4 is consumed by methane-oxidising bacteria present. However, slurry crusts have also been reported as sources of nitrous oxide emissions. This study evaluated methane oxidation rate and nitrous oxide emissions from a 8 months developed slurry crust followed by 8 weeks application of a mixed microbial consortia (effective microorganism; EM ® ). There was no clear evidencedoi:10.18178/joaat.3.1.49-53 fatcat:jvxpn4i57nh6bmmaaxtle43csm