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Biochar, a potential hydroponic growth substrate, enhances the nutritional status and growth of leafy vegetables

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Black carbon, Crop production, Hydroponics substrate, Microalgae removal, Perlite, SOIL, SYSTEM, MAIZE, ALGAE, PLANT, WATER, PHYTOTOXICITY, ALLEVIATION, EFFICIENCY, PYROLYSIS

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Awad, Yasser Mahmoud, Sung-Eun Lee, Mohamed Bedair M Ahmed, Ngoc Thang Vu, Muhammad Farooq, Il Seop Kim, Hyuck Soo Kim, et al. 2017. “Biochar, a Potential Hydroponic Growth Substrate, Enhances the Nutritional Status and Growth of Leafy Vegetables.” Journal of Cleaner Production 156: 581–588.
APA
Awad, Y. M., Lee, S.-E., Ahmed, M. B. M., Vu, N. T., Farooq, M., Kim, I. S., Kim, H. S., et al. (2017). Biochar, a potential hydroponic growth substrate, enhances the nutritional status and growth of leafy vegetables. JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 156, 581–588.
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Awad YM, Lee S-E, Ahmed MBM, Vu NT, Farooq M, Kim IS, et al. Biochar, a potential hydroponic growth substrate, enhances the nutritional status and growth of leafy vegetables. JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION. 2017;156:581–8.
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Awad, Yasser Mahmoud et al. “Biochar, a Potential Hydroponic Growth Substrate, Enhances the Nutritional Status and Growth of Leafy Vegetables.” JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION 156 (2017): 581–588. Print.
@article{8554048,
  author       = {Awad, Yasser Mahmoud and Lee, Sung-Eun and Ahmed, Mohamed Bedair M and Vu, Ngoc Thang and Farooq, Muhammad and Kim, Il Seop and Kim, Hyuck Soo and Vithanage, Meththika and Usman, Adel Rabie A and Al-Wabel, Mohammad and Meers, Erik and Kwon, Eilhann D and Ok, Yong Sik},
  issn         = {0959-6526},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION},
  keywords     = {Black carbon,Crop production,Hydroponics substrate,Microalgae removal,Perlite,SOIL,SYSTEM,MAIZE,ALGAE,PLANT,WATER,PHYTOTOXICITY,ALLEVIATION,EFFICIENCY,PYROLYSIS},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {581--588},
  title        = {Biochar, a potential hydroponic growth substrate, enhances the nutritional status and growth of leafy vegetables},
  volume       = {156},
  year         = {2017},
}

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