Tra T. T. Duong

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Composts with different feedstocks may have differential effects on soil properties and plant growth which, may be further modulated by soil texture. In a 77-day pot experiment in the glasshouse, we investigated the effect of a single application as mulch of six types of composts derived from different starting feedstocks in two soils (13% and 46% clay,(More)
Although the beneficial effects of compost on soil properties are well known, there are few systematic studies comparing the effects of composts on soils of different textures. The aim of this pot study was to assess the effects of a single application as mulch of two types of composts derived from different feedstocks, namely C1 (from garden waste) and C2(More)
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