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Effects of broiler litter application rate and time on corn yield and environmental nitrogen loss
Use of broiler litter (BL) for agronomic purposes requires balancing the amount of nitrogen (N) needed to maximize crop yield while reducing environmental N footprints. This 2-yr study (2018-2019) compared the effects of N source (BL or urea), application rate [0, 168, and 336 kg total N ha -1 ), and application timing (single or split) on corn (Zea mays L.) yield and environmental nitrogen loss (ENL) on three Alabama soil types. A field-scale partial N budget was developed by accounting fordoi:10.1002/agj2.20944 fatcat:5ny747qbprantf5lmutmsiyvwu