Effects of Different Biochars on Wheat Growth Parameters, Yield and Soil Fertility Status in a Silty Clay Loam Soil

@inproceedings{Sial2019EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of Different Biochars on Wheat Growth Parameters, Yield and Soil Fertility Status in a Silty Clay Loam Soil},
  author={Tanveer Ali Sial and Zhilong Lan and Limei Wang and Ying Zhao and Jianguo Zhang and Farhana Kumbhar and Mehurnisa Memon and Muhammad Siddique Lashari and Ajay Shah},
  booktitle={Molecules},
  year={2019}
}
The conversion of organic wastes into biochar via the pyrolysis technique could be used to produce soil amendments useful as a source of plant nutrients. In this study, we investigated the effects of fruit peels and milk tea waste-derived biochars on wheat growth, yield, root traits, soil enzyme activities and nutrient status. Eight amendment treatments were tested: no amendment (CK), chemical fertilizer (CF), banana peel biochar 1% (BB1 + CF), banana peel biochar 2% (BB2 + CF), orange peel… CONTINUE READING

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