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Nitrogen mineralization in soils amended with organic by-products of olive oil and sugarbeet processing industries

AuthorsMartín Olmedo, Piedad; López Núñez, Rafael ; Cabrera, Francisco ; Murillo Carpio, José Manuel
Potentially mineralizable-N
Issue Date1995
PublisherTechnische Universität München
CitationFresenius Environmental Bulletin 4: 59-64 (1995)
AbstractMineralization of organic-N supplied te two different types of soils by an alpechín (olive-oil mill waste water)-compost and a beet vinasse after three consecutive years was studied. Results were compared with those obtained for a mineral fertilizer treatment and a control (unfertilized). N-mineralization can be described by a first order kinetic model. Both organic residues produced an important increase in me organic-N loading of the soils which is slowly released over a time.
Identifiersissn: 1018-4619
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