Multiplying the average-nitrogen-use estimates for each crop by the average harvested acreage for 2002 to 2007 indicates cotton received the largest fraction of the total nitrogen applied, 16%, while almond received 15%, rice and wheat each received 10%, processing tomatoes received 7% and lettuce received 6%.
What does T/N stand for?
T/N stands for Total Nitrogen
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- Transects and Large-Scale Land Surface Experiments
- Minor Thief / Predominantly Mage (Utopia game)
- Predominantly Thief / Minor Mage (Utopia game)
- Thief / Mage (Utopia)
- Tissue/Medium Ratio (pharmacology)
- Tot En Met (Dutch: through, spanning)
- Tumor/Muscle Ratio (nuclear medicine)
- Type, Model, and/or Series (also as TMS; US DoD)
- Tomorrow Next
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These requirements represent 44 percent to 107 percent of the total nitrogen use and 20 percent to 51 percent of the total phosphorus use in the United States.
nitrogen industry grew rapidly in the 1960s and 1970s with total nitrogen capacity in the U.
Total nitrogen (bulk protein content) was determined using the Kjeldahl method (Ref.
The incorporation of biochar into the soil had no detrimental effects on dry matter yield or total nitrogen content in the pasture.
Results showed deforestation and then long-term cultivation caused organic matter and total nitrogen decreased and also changes in soil surface (0-10 cm) indicated phosphorous, potassium, available potassium, Ca+Mg, saturation point and cation exchange capacity.
After each day's collection and recording, 5% of total urine output for that day was sub-sampled into a 250 mL plastic bottle, bulked per animal and stored in the freezer until required for total nitrogen analysis.