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30 April 2018 Soluble organic nitrogen in potentially mineralizable N assays: are we missing an important component?
J. Dessureault-Rompré, D.L. Burton, B.J. Zebarth
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We examined soluble organic nitrogen (SON) leached from long-term, sequentially leached, aerobic incubations. Leached SON, present in all depths (0–60 cm), ranged from 35% to 56% of total nitrogen (N). This unaccounted-for SON may have important implications in the estimation of plant available N and the potential for environmental N losses.

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J. Dessureault-Rompré, D.L. Burton, and B.J. Zebarth "Soluble organic nitrogen in potentially mineralizable N assays: are we missing an important component?," Canadian Journal of Soil Science 98(3), 570-573, (30 April 2018). https://doi.org/10.1139/cjss-2017-0151
Received: 18 December 2017; Accepted: 12 February 2018; Published: 30 April 2018
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azote du sol disponible
azote organique soluble
soil nitrogen availability
soluble organic nitrogen
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