Conversion of spent mushroom substrate to biofertilizer using a stress-tolerant phosphate-solubilizing Pichia farinose FL7.

  title={Conversion of spent mushroom substrate to biofertilizer using a stress-tolerant phosphate-solubilizing Pichia farinose FL7.},
  author={Hongji Zhu and Li-fan Sun and Yan-fei Zhang and Xiao-li Zhang and Jianjun Qiao},
  journal={Bioresource technology},

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