2011
DOI: 10.1002/jpln.200900321
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Plant‐based fertilizers for organic vegetable production

Abstract: To ensure high yield and quality in organic vegetable production, crops often require additional fertilizer applied during the season. Due to the risk of contamination of edible plant products from slurry, plant-based fertilizers may be used as an alternative. The purpose of our work was to develop mobile green manures with specific high nutrient concentrations (e.g., nitrogen [N], sulfur [S], and phosphorus [P]) that are released quickly after soil incorporation and that are easy to handle during storage and … Show more

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“…This result was confirmed several times in different batches. Sorensen & Thorup-Kristensen (2011) obtained between 2.2% and 3.3% of nitrogen [N] in a nettle dry chopped solid green manure. Therefore, nettle solid green manure probably has more nitrogen than liquid slurries.…”
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“…This result was confirmed several times in different batches. Sorensen & Thorup-Kristensen (2011) obtained between 2.2% and 3.3% of nitrogen [N] in a nettle dry chopped solid green manure. Therefore, nettle solid green manure probably has more nitrogen than liquid slurries.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, nettle solid green manure probably has more nitrogen than liquid slurries. Moreover within a plant species, the chemical composition of green manure is influenced by the developmental stage (Sorensen & Thorup-Kristensen, 2011). The concentration of most nutrients usually decreases during plant ontogeny (Kirchmann & Bergqvist, 1989; Sorensen, 2000) due to a dilution effect (Jarrell & Beverly, 1981).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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