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UK study examines cutting nitrous oxide emissions


September 8, 2010
By Farmers’ Weekly

September 8, 2010 –
Chemicals that could significantly reduce nitrous oxide emissions from farmland
are to be the subject of a study currently underway in the UK.



September 8, 2010 –
Chemicals that could significantly reduce nitrous oxide emissions from farmland
are to be the subject of a study currently underway in the UK.

Nitrous oxide, commonly known
as laughing gas, is about 300 times more potent than carbon dioxide. It is
mainly produced from applied manure and depositions from grazing livestock and
accounts for 53 percent of UK agriculture’s greenhouse gas emissions.

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