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|標題:||Physical and Chemical Properties of Several Local Available Growth Media
|關鍵字:||金針菇棄堆肥;Waste cotton;物理性;保綠人造土;本土介質;炭化玉米穗軸;香菇棄堆肥;稻殼;炭化稻殼;化學性;Local available growth media;Carbonized corn cob;Carbonized rice hull;Spend golden mushroom compost;Spend shitake mushroom compost;Rice hull||Project:||興大園藝, Volume 18, Page(s) 73-88.
Horticulture NCHU, Volume 18, Page(s) 73-88.
Several local available growth media including spend golden mushroom compost (GMC), spend shitake mushroom compost (SMC), waste cotton (WC), rice hull (RH), carbonized corn cob (CCC), and red soil (RS) were tested for their physical and chemical properties. The tested properties were compared to three peat moss growth media. GMC, SMC, WC, and CCC had fairy good water holding capacity and aeration. RH and CRH had good aeration but low water holding capacity. Considering air filled porosity, all tested media had good performance except RS. after ageing, GMC and SMC were found decreased in total phenolic compounds and increased in phosphorous and EC. A significant amount of K were found in aged GMC and CRH, while aged SMC was found to contain much more Ca. All the local media tested were low in CEC than peat moss media.
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