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Winter legume-rice rotations can reduce nitrogen pollution and carbon footprint while maintaining net ecosystem economic benefits

Achieving reductions in nitrogen (N) losses and carbon (C) emissions without enduring a yield penalty is an environmental and economic challenge in sustainable rice production. The use of legumes as a winter crop in rice rotations may provide environmental benefits by reducing synthetic N inputs, ye... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Cleaner Production 10 September 2018, Vol.195, pp.289-300
Main Author: Cai, Siyuan
Other Authors: Pittelkow, Cameron M , Zhao, Xu , Wang, Shenqiang
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ID: ISSN: 0959-6526 ; E-ISSN: 1879-1786 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.05.115
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title: Winter legume-rice rotations can reduce nitrogen pollution and carbon footprint while maintaining net ecosystem economic benefits
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  • N2o Emission
  • C Footprint
  • Net Environmental Economic Benefits
  • Life Cycle Analysis
  • Engineering
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description: Achieving reductions in nitrogen (N) losses and carbon (C) emissions without enduring a yield penalty is an environmental and economic challenge in sustainable rice production. The use of legumes as a winter crop in rice rotations may provide environmental benefits by reducing synthetic N inputs, yet few studies have integrated long-term field measurements of cropping system N and C dynamics with life cycle assessment (LCA) and net ecosystem economic benefits (NEEB) to determine whether legumes can improve environmental performance while minimizing tradeoffs related to yields and economic returns. We evaluated four contrasting rice cropping rotations (Rice-wheat (R-W); rice-rape (R-Ra); rice-fava bean (R-F); and, rice-milk vetch (R-M)) over six years to determine N input and output balances, methane (CH ) emissions, and soil C changes. These field observations were then incorporated into LCA and NEEB to estimate C footprint, economic and environmental benefits....
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Achieving reductions in nitrogen (N) losses and carbon (C) emissions without enduring a yield penalty is an environmental and economic challenge in sustainable rice production. The use of legumes as a winter crop in rice rotations may provide environmental benefits by reducing synthetic N inputs, yet few studies have integrated long-term field measurements of cropping system N and C dynamics with life cycle assessment (LCA) and net ecosystem economic benefits (NEEB) to determine whether legumes can improve environmental performance while minimizing tradeoffs related to yields and economic returns. We evaluated four contrasting rice cropping rotations (Rice-wheat (R-W); rice-rape (R-Ra); rice-fava bean (R-F); and, rice-milk vetch (R-M)) over six years to determine N input and output balances, methane (CH

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