Net mineralization nitrogen and soil chemical changes with application of organic wastes with ‘Fermented Bokashi Compost’

@inproceedings{Boechat2012NetMN,
  title={Net mineralization nitrogen and soil chemical changes with application of organic wastes with ‘Fermented Bokashi Compost’},
  author={C{\'a}cio Luiz Boechat and Jorge Carlos Antonio and Gonzaga Santos and Adriana Maria de Aguiar and Accioly},
  year={2012}
}
The use of organic wastes in agricultural soils is one of the possible ways to employ these materials. The aims of this study were to evaluate the effectiveness of organic wastes and Fermented Bokashi Compost (FBC), to establish the most efficient use of organic wastes for a soil, changing the net nitrogen mineralization and soil chemical properties. The experimental design was completely randomized in a 6 x 2 x 5 factorial, being five organic wastes plus an control (soil without waste), with… CONTINUE READING

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