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G. M. (1974). Effects of urease inhibitors on nitrifi­ cation in soils. Effectsofureaseinhibitorsonnitrification in soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 6, 27-30 CHURCH, B. M. ( 1982). Use of fertilisers in England and Wales, 1981. i. (1962). Control of nitrification by 2-chloro-6-(trichloromethyl) pyridine. j. (1982). Nitrogen supply and crop yield: the global scene. D. (1980). Mode of action of nitrification inhibitors. In Stelly, M. (ed). Nitrification Inhibitors—Potentials and Limitations.

M. N0 3 ~-N per week were found at 50% and 75% of water saturation with negligible rates at 25% and 100% saturation. In another study, it was found that, at 19°C, etridiazol was effective over a range of water content of 25-62% of saturation. At the higher temperatures, the efficacy of the chemical was low, especially at the 56 Nitrification inhibition properties ofetridiazol higher saturation percentages. The chemical was most effective under the cooler and drier soil conditions. As soil temperature and moisture content increase within limits, a reduction in efficacy can be expected.

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