2p2: Effects of different antibiotic residues in manure on soil greenhouse gas emissions and plant available nitrogen
Veterinary antibiotics are commonly used in animal husbandry to treat bacterial infections. As antibiotics are not fully adsorbed within the animals, large amounts of antibiotics are present in animal manure. Circular agriculture aims to close elemental cycles which increases reliance on animal manure. The application of manure with antibiotic residues may impact the soil microbial functions essential for nutrient cycling and climate regulation.
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