Chemical changes in humic substances from compost due to incubation with ligno-cellulolytic microorganisms and effects on lettuce growth

@article{Requena1996ChemicalCI,
  title={Chemical changes in humic substances from compost due to incubation with ligno-cellulolytic microorganisms and effects on lettuce growth},
  author={Natalia Requena and Rosario Azc{\'o}n and Manuel Baca},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={1996},
  volume={45},
  pages={857-863}
}
 Differences in the chemical properties of the organic matter from a highly lignocellulosic compost after incubation with two ligno- and cellulolytic microorganisms were studied in this work. Inoculation with either of the two microorganisms assayed, Trichoderma viride or Bacillus sp., of soil-compost mixtures enhanced degradation processes and the degree of organic matter humification. According to the humification index, inoculation with T. viride produced the highest humification rate in all… CONTINUE READING

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