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Effects of fertilizing with composted municipal refuse, powdered peat and farmyard manure on vegetable yields and on the structure of compact soil. Part II. Changes in physico-chemical properties of the soil and in its structure brought about by manuring-fertilizing



Effects of fertilizing with composted municipal refuse, powdered peat and farmyard manure on vegetable yields and on the structure of compact soil. Part II. Changes in physico-chemical properties of the soil and in its structure brought about by manuring-fertilizing



Biuletyn Warzywniczy (23): 371-391



Over a period of 10 years, changes occurred in the chemical and physical properties and in the structure of a compacted soil receiving every second year a moderate dressing of farmyard manure (10t/ha of organic matter) or larger applications of municipal-refuse composts and powdered peat (resp. 10 and 20 t/ha of organic matter).

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