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Nitrogen in Agriculture - Physiological, Agricultural and Ecological Aspects [Working Title]
Transitioning to conservation 'sustainable' agriculture (CA) from the conventional 'industrial' agriculture often increase nitrogen (N) limitation, particularly in the first few years. Inadequate N availability is associated with the permanent crop residues on the soil surface. The soil available N for crop uptake is immobilized by microbial sources of organic residues mineralization. The increase in N immobilization contributes to yield declines, and thus, researchers are advocating for thedoi:10.5772/intechopen.96026 fatcat:phjuhyxxzvc4lbsmxul3mkkb4m