The effectiveness of different soil incorporation techniques as a means of ammonia abatement following the application of solid manure

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Thorman, R. E., Webb, J., Yamulki, S., Misselbrook, T. H., Bennett, G., Mcmillan, S. and Matthews, R. A. 2007. The effectiveness of different soil incorporation techniques as a means of ammonia abatement following the application of solid manure. Monteny, G. J. and Hartung, E. (ed.) Ammonia emissions in agriculture. Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands. pp. 201-202

AuthorsThorman, R. E., Webb, J., Yamulki, S., Misselbrook, T. H., Bennett, G., Mcmillan, S. and Matthews, R. A.
Year of Publication2007
PublisherWageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands
Funder project or codeAir & Climate (AC)
Grassland, Environment and Soil Systems (GESS)
Project: 2490 4066
Project: AC 0102
Page range201-202
EditorsMonteny, G. J. and Hartung, E.

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