Stability, nutrient availability and hydrophobicity of biochars derived from manure, crop residues, and municipal solid waste for their use as soil amendments.

@article{Zornoza2016StabilityNA,
  title={Stability, nutrient availability and hydrophobicity of biochars derived from manure, crop residues, and municipal solid waste for their use as soil amendments.},
  author={Ra{\'u}l Zornoza and F Moreno-Barriga and Jos{\'e} L. Acosta and Marina Mu{\~n}oz and {\'A}ngel Faz},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2016},
  volume={144},
  pages={122-30}
}
We aimed to study the influence of feedstock properties, pyrolysis temperature and holding time on stability, nutrient contents and hydrophobicity of biochars derived from pig manure, crop residues and municipal solid waste. Biochars were prepared at 300 °C, 400 °C, 500 °C and 700 °C for 1 h, 2 h, 4 h and 5 h. All properties were influenced by feedstock except for pH and hydrophobicity. Temperature influenced all properties, whereas no effect of holding time was observed except for… CONTINUE READING
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