ABSTRACT: Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) harvested without burning provides a substantial amount of remains (trash) on soil profiles which can be decomposed and release nutrients contributing to reduce fertilizer needs. The contribution of nitrogen (N) from sugarcane plant residues and fertilizer in sugarcane nutrition was assessed. Plant cane treatments were micro plots of 15 Nlabeled urea, sugarcane trash and root system; the last two to simulate the previous crop residues incorporated into the soil after crop …
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