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Variations in the composting process for different organic carbon sources



Variations in the composting process for different organic carbon sources



Agricultural Wastes 2(3): 215-223



Three mixtures of organic materials, each having a different material as the major carbon source (cabbage, cattle manure or cotton fibre), were composted in bench-scale compost units. Although mixtures contained adequate nitrogen and equal amounts of carbon and water and equal bulk densities they composted at different rates. Differences in microbial availability of the carbon in the mixtures are indicated.

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DOI: 10.1016/0141-4607(80)90018-9


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