I International Symposium on Organic Matter Management and Compost Use in Horticulture

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Adelaide, South Australia (Australia)
April 7, 2011

Online articles

EFFECTS OF COMPOST ON SOIL FERTILITY PARAMETERS IN SHORT-, MID- AND LONG-TERM FIELD EXPERIMENTS

  • J.G. Fuchs
  • A. Fliessbach
  • P. Mäder
  • F.P. Weibel
  • L. Tamm
  • J. Mayer
  • K. Schleiss

USE OF GARDEN ORGANIC COMPOST IN A LONG-TERM VEGETABLE FIELD TRIAL: BIOLOGICAL SOIL HEALTH

  • N.J. Donovan
  • F. Saleh
  • K.Y. Chan
  • S.M. Eldridge
  • D. Fahey
  • L. Muirhead
  • I. Meszaros
  • I. Barchia

CHANGES IN SOIL QUALITY OVER FIVE CONSECUTIVE VEGETABLE CROPS FOLLOWING THE APPLICATION OF GARDEN ORGANICS COMPOST

  • S.M. Eldridge
  • K.Y. Chan
  • N.J. Donovan
  • F. Saleh
  • D. Fahey
  • I. Meszaros
  • L. Muirhead
  • I. Barchia

COMPOST UTILIZATION IN SUBTROPICAL HORTICULTURAL CROPPING SYSTEMS

  • P.J. Stoffella
  • Z.L. He
  • S.B. Wilson
  • M. Ozores-Hampton
  • N.E. Roe

EVALUATION OF SOLID AND LIQUID SOIL ORGANIC AMENDMENTS FOR AGRONOMIC USE IN CHILE

  • J. Angulo
  • R. Ortega
  • M.M. Martínez
  • M. Molina
  • A. Torres

BIOCHAR AS A SOIL AMENDMENT TO IMPROVE CROP YIELD AND SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION

  • A.B. Rosenani
  • S.H. Ahmad
  • S. Nurul Adila
  • Tan Wei Loon

TEN YEARS OF ORGANIC FERTILIZATION IN PEACH: EFFECT ON SOIL FERTILITY, TREE NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND FRUIT QUALITY

  • E. Baldi
  • M. Toselli
  • K. Bravo
  • G. Marcolini
  • M. Quartieri
  • G. Sorrenti
  • B. Marangoni

USE OF AGRO-INDUSTRIAL BY-PRODUCTS IN PEAR FERTILIZATION: PRELIMINARY RESULTS

  • M. Quartieri
  • E. Baldi
  • M. Toselli
  • G. Marcolini
  • G. Sorrenti
  • K. Bravo
  • B. Marangoni

PREDICTING PLANT-AVAILABLE NITROGEN FROM ORGANIC AMENDMENTS IN THE SECOND YEAR AFTER APPLICATION

  • C. Kusonwiriyawong
  • D.M. Sullivan
  • D.D. Hemphill
  • C.G. Cogger
  • A.I. Bary
  • L. Myhre

MULCH EFFECTS ON HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY UNDER ORGANIC MANAGEMENT

  • H. Larco
  • B. Strik
  • D.M. Sullivan
  • D. Bryla

GROWTH RESPONSES OF ZINNIA TO DIFFERENT ORGANIC MEDIA

  • A. Riaz
  • U. Farooq
  • A. Younis
  • A. Karim
  • A. Riaz Taj

INFLUENCE OF COW MANURE VERMICOMPOST-SOIL MIXTURES ON TWO FLOWERS SEEDLING CULTIVATION

  • Yongli Xu
  • Chong Wang
  • Yanmeng Bi
  • Yi Zhang
  • Wenling Cheng
  • Zhenjun Sun
  • Junying Zhang
  • Zhongliang Lv
  • Xinghua Guo

BIOSOLIDS IN AUSTRALIAN HORTICULTURE - AN UNTAPPED RESOURCE?

  • A. Surapaneni
  • D. Smith
  • K.G. Wilkinson
  • D. Stevens
  • P. Darvodelsky

BIOSOLIDS-BASED CO-COMPOSTS REDUCE THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF HEAVY METALS

  • T. Chuasavathi
  • N.S. Bolan
  • R. Naidu
  • B. Seshadri

DESIGNER COMPOST: FACTS OR FANTASY? A CASE STUDY ON COMPOST RICH IN LIGNIN AND LOW IN PHOSPHORUS

  • B. Vandecasteele
  • K. Willekens
  • G. Du Laing
  • J. Van Waes
  • F.M.G. Tack