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Strategies for Managing Soil Nitrogen to Prevent Nitrate-N Leaching in Intensive Agriculture System

By Liu Zhaohui, Song Xiaozong, Jiang Lihua, Lin Haitao, Xu Yu, Gao Xinhao, Zheng Fuli, Tan Deshui, Wang Mei, Shi Jing and Shen Yuwen

Submitted: March 8th 2011Reviewed: September 16th 2011Published: January 25th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/29419

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Liu Zhaohui, Song Xiaozong, Jiang Lihua, Lin Haitao, Xu Yu, Gao Xinhao, Zheng Fuli, Tan Deshui, Wang Mei, Shi Jing and Shen Yuwen (January 25th 2012). Strategies for Managing Soil Nitrogen to Prevent Nitrate-N Leaching in Intensive Agriculture System, Soil Health and Land Use Management Maria C. Hernandez-Soriano, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/29419. Available from:

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