NBPT

AcronymDefinition
NBPTN-(N-Butyl) Thiophosphoric Triamide
NBPTNewburyport (Massachusetts)
NBPTNo Break Power Transfer
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Sanz-Cobena A, Misselbrook T, Camp V, Vallejo A (2011) Effect of water addition and the urease inhibitor NBPT on the abatement of ammonia emission from surface applied urea.
Compared with 0% NBPT, grain yield, BSW and SPAD in 1.00% NBPT were improved by11.9-33.0%, 7.1-74.3% and 4.6-31.7% in early rice; and increased by 8.4-33.0%, 7.9-75.0% and 4.4-19.5% in late rice.
Aguerrebere, President and Chief Executive Officer, NBPTS, stated, "Like board-certified medical doctors, National Board Certified Teachers have met high standards through intensive study, expert evaluation, self-assessment, and peer review" (www.nbpts.org/).
Hendrickson LL, Douglass EA (1993) Metabolism of the urease inhibitor N-(n-butyl) thiophosphoric triamide (NBPT) in soils.
Preliminary experiments showed NBPT works even better in the feedlot than in the laboratory.
Thus, concomitant use of both inhibitors (DCD and NBPT), since they maintain N in less available forms, can be limiting to soil microorganisms (Mooshammer et al., 2014).
Hendrickson LL, Douglass EA (1993) Metabolism of the urease inhibitor n-(n-butyl)thiophosphoric triamide (nbpt) in soils.
Among the fertilizers commercialized, those treated with N-(N-butyl) thiophosphoric triamide (NBPT) have shown the best results (Abalos et al., 2014).
Nitrogen losses by ammonia volatilization and lowland rice response to NBPT urease inhibitor-treated urea.
A two-year field experiment was conducted to (1) investigate whether the use of 3,4- dimethylpyrazole phosphate (DMPP) or N-(n-butyl) thiophosphoric triamide (NBPT) can reduce [N.sub.2]O emissions and increase grain yield and (2) explore the financial benefit of using DMPP or NBPT in a rain-fed cropping system in south-eastern Australia.