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Potential of chopped heath biomass and spent growth media to replace wood chips as bulking agent for composting high N-containing residues

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Biomass valorization, Reusing cultivation substrates, OM degradation, Biochemical stability, NIRS, Growing media, GREENHOUSE-GAS EMISSIONS, CROP RESIDUES, ORGANIC-MATTER, P AVAILABILITY, PIG MANURE, WASTE, NITROGEN, SOIL, CARBON, STRAW

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Viaene, Jarinda et al. “Potential of Chopped Heath Biomass and Spent Growth Media to Replace Wood Chips as Bulking Agent for Composting High N-containing Residues.” JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 197 (2017): 338–350. Print.
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Viaene, Jarinda, Reubens, B., Willekens, K., Van Waes, C., De Neve, S., & Vandecasteele, B. (2017). Potential of chopped heath biomass and spent growth media to replace wood chips as bulking agent for composting high N-containing residues. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 197, 338–350.
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Viaene, Jarinda, B Reubens, K Willekens, C Van Waes, Stefaan De Neve, and B Vandecasteele. 2017. “Potential of Chopped Heath Biomass and Spent Growth Media to Replace Wood Chips as Bulking Agent for Composting High N-containing Residues.” Journal of Environmental Management 197: 338–350.
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Viaene, Jarinda, B Reubens, K Willekens, C Van Waes, Stefaan De Neve, and B Vandecasteele. 2017. “Potential of Chopped Heath Biomass and Spent Growth Media to Replace Wood Chips as Bulking Agent for Composting High N-containing Residues.” Journal of Environmental Management 197: 338–350.
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Viaene J, Reubens B, Willekens K, Van Waes C, De Neve S, Vandecasteele B. Potential of chopped heath biomass and spent growth media to replace wood chips as bulking agent for composting high N-containing residues. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. 2017;197:338–50.
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J. Viaene, B. Reubens, K. Willekens, C. Van Waes, S. De Neve, and B. Vandecasteele, “Potential of chopped heath biomass and spent growth media to replace wood chips as bulking agent for composting high N-containing residues,” JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, vol. 197, pp. 338–350, 2017.
@article{8545269,
  author       = {Viaene, Jarinda and Reubens, B and Willekens, K and Van Waes, C and De Neve, Stefaan and Vandecasteele, B},
  issn         = {0301-4797},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT},
  keywords     = {Biomass valorization,Reusing cultivation substrates,OM degradation,Biochemical stability,NIRS,Growing media,GREENHOUSE-GAS EMISSIONS,CROP RESIDUES,ORGANIC-MATTER,P AVAILABILITY,PIG MANURE,WASTE,NITROGEN,SOIL,CARBON,STRAW},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {338--350},
  title        = {Potential of chopped heath biomass and spent growth media to replace wood chips as bulking agent for composting high N-containing residues},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.03.086},
  volume       = {197},
  year         = {2017},
}

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