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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: 
2,013

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
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José A. Mendoza-Núñez
Authors: 
Noe S. León-Martínez
Authors: 
Jorge Castellanos-Albores
Authors: 
Federico A. Gutiérrez-Miceli
Publisher: 
Ciencia e Investigación Agraria
Year: 
2,016

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: 
2,016

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
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Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
Year: 
2,011

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: 
2,016

Growing Vegetables Organically

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Growing vegetables organically can be rewarding and productive. This publication explains the basic elements of successful organic vegetable production, from initial site location, soil preparation, irrigation and variety selection to insect and disease control, composting, mulching and fertilization, and successive planting and crop rotation.

Authors: 
George Boyhan
Authors: 
Robert Westerfield
Authors: 
Suzzanne Tate
Publisher: 
UGA Extension
Year: 
2,014

Uso Agronómico de Restos de Cosecha en los Invernaderos Enarenados de la Cuenca Mediterránea

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Authors: 
José Manuel Torres Nieto
Publisher: 
Cajamar Caja Rural
Year: 
2,016

Use of Vegetable Oils as Biopesticide in Grain Protection- A Review

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Authors: 
Anurag Singh
Authors: 
Ashish Khare
Authors: 
Amit P. Singh
Publisher: 
Journal of Fertilizers & Pesticides
Year: 
2,012

Detoxification of Olive-mill Solid Waste and its Probable Application as Organic Fertilizer

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Authors: 
Salama M El-Darier
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Hoda A Ahmed
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Mohamed S Abd El Razik
Authors: 
Eman Salah Allam M
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Publisher: 
Journal of Fertilizers & Pesticides
Year: 
2,015

Conventional Basil Production in Different Growing Media of Compost, Vermicompost or Peat-Moss with Loamy Soil

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Authors: 
Mohammed Hewidy
Authors: 
Engy Sultan
Authors: 
Maha Elsayed
Authors: 
Mohamed Abdrabbo
Publisher: 
Journal of Horticultural Science & Ornamental Plants
Year: 
2,014
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