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Soil acetate and methane emissions from irrigated rice: The effects of field drainage and cultivar choice
Methane emissions from flooded rice paddies are important contributors to the increasing atmospheric concentrations of methane, a potent greenhouse gas. With an increased need for rice agriculture to feed the growing global ...
Intervarietal differences of methane emission related to plant parameters in irrigated rice cultivation
Field and laboratory experiments were conducted with the following ten cultivars of rice: Lebonnet, Lemont, Dawn, Katy, Della, IR36, Mars, Brazos, Labelle and Jasmine. For each variety, components of biomass, root porosity ...
The use of redox measurements to study methane mitigation options in Texas rice paddies
Redox measurements were used to study whether different mitigation options affect methane emission and production by altering the electrochemical environment in rice paddy soil. These mitigation options include field ...