Advancing Knowledge Through Turfgrass Center Research – Aneja

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Ever wonder about gas emissions coming from a fertilized turfgrass system? Some of these emissions could be contributing to “greenhouse gases” which are regularly in the news. Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences Professor Dr. Viney Aneja is characterizing reactive nitrogen compounds such as ammonia, nitric oxide, and nitrous oxides from turfgrass systems to quantify how turfgrass fertility programs and environmental conditions are influencing these gas emissions. For more information contact:
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