A model to optimize nitrogen use according to grassland management, soil conditions and weather patterns for economic and environmental targets

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Brown, L. and Scholefield, D. 1998. A model to optimize nitrogen use according to grassland management, soil conditions and weather patterns for economic and environmental targets. in: Nagy, G. and Peto, K. (ed.) Ecological Aspects of Grassland Management, Proceedings of the 17th General Meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Debrecen Agricultural University, Debrecen, Hungary, 18-21 May 1998 British Grassland Society (BGS) Hurley. pp. 651-654

AuthorsBrown, L. and Scholefield, D.
EditorsNagy, G. and Peto, K.
Page range651-654
Year of Publication1998
Book titleEcological Aspects of Grassland Management, Proceedings of the 17th General Meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Debrecen Agricultural University, Debrecen, Hungary, 18-21 May 1998
PublisherBritish Grassland Society (BGS) Hurley
Funder project or code02
35
Project: 2430 4002
Project: 2430 5105
Open accessPublished as non-open access

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