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Growth of microorganisms and their activity in soils amended with composts


, : Growth of microorganisms and their activity in soils amended with composts. Folia Universitatis Agriculturae Stetinensis, Agricultura ( 77): 367-372

Composts made from tobacco dust with different percentage of bark and straw as well as non-composted tobacco dust were investigated. Studies were carried out in model laboratory experiments on a podzolic soil developed from light loamy sand (sandy) and brown soil developed from heavy loam (loamy). Composts and tobacco dust were added at concentration of 1% (recalculated into organic matter).

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