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Biochar and vermicompost as peat replacement for ornamental-plant production

AuthorsÁlvarez, José M.; Pasian, Claudio; Lal, Rattan; López Núñez, Rafael ; Fernández Martínez, Manuel
Issue Date28-Sep-2015
PublisherEuropean Biochar Research Network
CitationUnderstanding Biochar Mechanisms for Practical Implementation. Final Meeting EU-COST Actions Biochar & 76 28.-30 september 2015, Hochschule Geisenheim University
AbstractBiochar is a by-product of the C-negative pyrolysis technology for production of bio-energy from organic materials. Containerized plant production in floriculture primarily utilizes soilless substrates such as peat moss. Environmental concerns about draining peat bogs have enhanced interests in research on complementary products that can be added to peat. Thus, a comparative study was conducted to assess the suitability of a biochar (B) and vermicompost (V) mix as a partial substitute for peat-based growing media for ornamental plant production.
DescriptionPoster presentado en el Understanding Biochar Mechanisms for Practical Implementation. Final Meeting EU-COST Actions Biochar & 76
Publisher version (URL)http://cost.european-biochar.org/en/biochar%20symposium%202015
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/129002
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