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Effectividad y Inoculantes Microbianos en El Crecimiento y Productividad de Chile Habanero (Capsicum chinese Jacq.)

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Authors: 
Arturo Reyes-Ramírez
Authors: 
Mauricio López-Arcos
Authors: 
Esaú Ruiz-Sánchez
Authors: 
Luis Latournerie-Moreno
Authors: 
Alfonzo Pérez-Gutiérrez
Authors: 
Mónica G. Lozano-Contreras
Authors: 
Manuel J. Zavala-León
Publisher: 
Agrociencia
Year: 
2014

Efecto de Dos Abonos Orgánicos en Las Cadenas Tróficas del Suelo Cultivado con Mora

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Authors: 
Martha Orozco-Aceves
Authors: 
José Alonso Calvo-Araya
Authors: 
Jean Alexander Gamboa-Tabares
Authors: 
Wálter Peraza-Padilla
Authors: 
Orlado Varela-Rodríguez
Authors: 
Rafael Orozco-Rodríguez
Publisher: 
Agronomía Mesoamericana
Year: 
2017

Influence of Fertilizer Type on Beet Production and Post-Harvest Quality Characteristic

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Authors: 
Carmen Rosa da Silva Curvêlo
Authors: 
Layane Hyasmin Bernardes Diniz
Authors: 
Alexandre Igor de Azevedo Pereira
Authors: 
Luiz Leonardo Ferreira
Publisher: 
Agricultural Sciences
Year: 
2018

Organic Vegetable Gardening in Florida

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Authors: 
Danielle D. Treadwell
Authors: 
Sydney Park Brown
Authors: 
James Stephens
Authors: 
Susan Webb
Publisher: 
IFAS Extension, University of Florida
Year: 
2013

Productividad del Cultivo de Chile Jalapeño (Capsicum Annum L.) con Mandejo Orgánico o Convencional en Calakmul, Campeche, México

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Authors: 
Alejandro Morón Ríos
Authors: 
José Armando Alayón Gamboa
Publisher: 
Avances en Investigación Agropecuaria
Year: 
2014

Efecto de la Sustitución Parcial de Fertilizante Inorgánico por Compost Sobre el Rendimiento y la Calidad del Tomate de Invernadero (Solanum lycopersicum L.) en Sololá

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Authors: 
Rolando Cifuentes
Authors: 
Ana Silvia Colmenares
Authors: 
Edwin de León
Authors: 
Ximena González
Publisher: 
Revista de la Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala
Year: 
2013

Effect of Bokashi and Vermicompost Leachate on Yield and Quality of Pepper (Capsicum annuum) and Onion (Allium cepa) Under Monoculture and Intercropping Cultures

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Authors: 
José D. Álvarez-Solís
Authors: 
José A. Mendoza-Núñez
Authors: 
Noe S. León-Martínez
Authors: 
Jorge Castellanos-Albores
Authors: 
Federico A. Gutiérrez-Miceli
Publisher: 
Ciencia e Investigación Agraria
Year: 
2016

Contribution of Amynthas gracilis (Megascolecidae) and Octolasion cyaneum (Lumbricidae) to Soil Physical Stability: A Mesocosm Experiment

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Authors: 
Liliana Falco
Authors: 
Carlos Coviella
Publisher: 
Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias
Year: 
2016

How do I Best Manage the Fertility of My Soil

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What do I need to know about soils? Soil can be living or dead. Living soil continuously requires enough air, water and soil organic matter in order to provide a good growing environment for plants and soil organisms. By providing these, even dead soil can manage to live again. You can tell whether your soil is living or dead by the amount of farm products that can be obtained from it under average management conditions. A living soil can support consistent and sufficient production of farm products while a degraded and dead soil cannot. 

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Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
Publisher: 
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
Year: 
2011

Raising Earthworms Successfully

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Over the past several years, many people have begun raising earthworms as a source of income or as a means of managing organic waste. Some are drawn to the business by extravagant claims of vast potential markets for earthworms in large waste disposal systems and agriculture and as a source of food for animals. Despite these claims, the current major commercial use of earthworms is as bait for freshwater sport fishing.

Authors: 
Rhonda Sherman
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2016
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