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Experimental use of organic by-products as culture substrates

Experimental use of organic by-products as culture substrates

Composting of agricultural and other wastes: 216-226

The use of organic wastes and by-products as growing media is hindered by the need to prepare mixtures and test their performance. Some products such as mixtures of crushed bark and waste sludge have given encouraging results.

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