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Sugarbeet vinasse as organic nutrient solution

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Sugarbeet vinasse as organic nutrient solution

Vinasse is a by-product of sugarbeet molasses fermentation. A report is given on possible applications and utilization of vinasse in agriculture, especially in biological farming, based on 12 years' research work and experience. As an organic nutrient solution in the soil, vinasse has a wide spectrum of activity.

Accession: 001959948

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