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Among strategies suggested to decrease agricultural soil N 2 O losses, the use of nitrification inhibitors such as DMPP (3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate) has been proposed. However, the efficiency of DMPP might be affected by soil amendments, such as biochar, which has been shown to reduce N 2 O emissions. This study evaluated the synergic effect of a woody biochar applied with DMPP on soil N 2 O emissions. A incubation study was conducted with a silt loam soil and a biochar obtained from Pinusdoi:10.1038/s41598-019-38697-2 fatcat:svnywq4v2bb6neilwotv7h4iye