SSS5.10New and traditional soil amendments: impacts, benefits, and risks
|Convener: Claudio Zaccone | Co-Conveners: Claudio Ciavatta , José María De la Rosa , Gabriel Gascó Guerrero , Jorge Paz-Ferreiro , César Plaza|
Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Manure incorporation reduces environmental nitrogen loss while sustaining crop productivity in the subtropical wheat-maize rotation system: A comprehensive study of nitrogen cycling and balance
Minghua Zhou, Bo Zhu, klaus Butterbach-Bahl, and Nicolas Brüggemann
Is it efficient to co-compost and co-vermicompost green waste with biochar and/or clay to reduce CO2 emissions? A short-term laboratory experiment on (vermi)composts with additives.
Justine Barthod, Cornélia Rumpel, Remigio Paradelo, and Marie-France Dignac
Is current biochar soil study addressing global soil constraints for sustainable agriculture?
Genxing Pan, Dengxiao Zhang, Ming Yan, Yaru Niu, Xiaoyu Liu, Lukas van Zwieten, De Chen, Rongjun Bian, Kun Cheng, Lianqing Li, Stephen Joseph, Jinwei Zheng, Xuhui Zhang, Jufeng Zheng, David Crowley, and Timothy Filley
Soil quality, crop productivity and soil organic matter (SOM) priming in biochar and wood ash amended soils
Eleanor (Swain) Reed, David Chadwick, Paul Hill, and Davey Jones
Can biochar in combination with compost improve degraded soils?
Wolfgang Friesl-Hanl, Franz Zehetner, Gerald Dunst, Mario Wagner, Markus Puschenreiter, Jasmin Karer, and Gerhard Soja
Remediation of metal polluted soils by phytorremediation combined with biochar addition
Ana Méndez, Jorge Paz-Ferreiro, Dulce Gómez-Limón, Julio César Arranz, Antonio Saa, and Gabriel Gascó
Effect of biochar application and soil temperature on characteristics of organic matter associated with aggregate-size and density fractions
Michael Kaiser, Dennis Grunwald, Sven Marhan, Christian Poll, Chris Bamminger, and Bernard Ludwig