Biopotential of compost and compost products derived from horticultural waste—Effect on plant growth and plant pathogens' suppression

@article{Milinkovi2019BiopotentialOC,
  title={Biopotential of compost and compost products derived from horticultural waste—Effect on plant growth and plant pathogens' suppression},
  author={Mirko Milinkovi{\'c} and Bla{\vz}o Lalevi{\'c} and Jelena Jovi{\vc}i{\'c}-Petrovi{\'c} and Vesna Golubovi{\'c}-{\'C}urguz and Igor Kljujev and Vera Rai{\vc}evi{\'c}},
  journal={Process Safety and Environmental Protection},
  year={2019}
}
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