Impact of biochar and nitrogen fertilizer on rice biomass digestibility, N uptake, dry matter, soil properties and soil enzymes (PDF)

Questions.

Q. Impacts of biochar and nitrogen on bioethanol?

Q. What's the effect of biochar on soil enzymes? 

Q. Does biochar improve rice grain yield?

Q. Can biochar increase plant dry weight/ Biomass? 

Q. What are the effects of biochar on soil properties? 

Q. What's the effect of biochar and nitrogen on biomass digestibility? 

Q. Biochar impact on hexoses, pentoses, and total sugars released with NaOH pretreatment of rice?

Q. Effects of biochar on hexoses, pentoses, and total sugars under enzymatic hydrolysis?

Answers. 

We have conducted a field experiment of two seasons on rice crops and used different treatments of biochar and nitrogen fertilizers to evaluate their impacts on rice biomass digestibility, grain yield, soil enzymatic activities, oil properties, plant dry weight, etc.


We found that a moderate rate of biochar in combination with lower N rats is a suitable combination for improving biomass digestibility, grain yield, soil enzymatic activities, oil properties, plant dry weight, etc.


Impacts of biochar and nitrogen on biomass digestibility, soil enzymes, plant N uptake, dry matter production, and its mechanism to improve bioethanol. 


The full abstract showed that increases of more than 20% were observed in each parameter such as soil enzymatic activities, soil physicochemical properties, rice biomass digestibility, and grain yield of rice. 

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