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Using waste products of wood industry and paper mills as substrates and organic fertilizers in growing vegetables under protection

, : Using waste products of wood industry and paper mills as substrates and organic fertilizers in growing vegetables under protection. Acta Horticulturae (82): 67-74

Various vegetables were grown in mixtures containing bark and sawdust from Pinus sylvestris, P. strobus and Picea excelsa. For glasshouse cucumbers and tomatoes on straw bales, a substrate of black peat with up to 50% by volume of non-composted bark or up to 75% sawdust gave the best results in terms of yield when compared with peat alone or mixed with composted bark and other products.

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