Nutrition

Microbial potential of spent mushroom compost and oyster substrate in horticulture: Diversity, function, and sustainable plant growth solutions

Papers published in Research Journals included in the JCR or SJR

Khalil,S., Panda, P., Ghadamgahi, F., Barreiro, A., Rosberg, A.K., Karlsson, M., Vetukuri, R.R. 2024. Microbial potential of spent mushroom compost and oyster substrate in horticulture: Diversity, function, and sustainable plant growth solutions. Journal of Environmental Management 257, 120654, 11pp. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2024.120654

Assessment of the agronomic impact of rice husk ash, volcanic ash, green compost and wood biochar as soil amendments

Participation in congresses and scientific meetings

De la Rosa, J. M., Pérez-Dalí, S., Miller, A. Z., Campos, P., Sánchez-Martín, Á., Cubero, B., Jiménez-Morillo, N. T., Merino, A., González-Pérez, J. A. 2023. Assessment of the agronomic impact of rice husk ash, volcanic ash, green compost and wood biochar as soil amendments (Oral). EGU General Assembly 2023, Vienna (Austria), 24–28/04/2023. EGU23-2301

Physically separated soil organic matter pools as indicators of carbon and nitrogen change under long-term fertilization in a Chinese Mollisol

Papers published in Research Journals included in the JCR or SJR

Mustafa, A., Saeed, Q., Karimi Nezhad, M.T., Nan, S., Hongjun, G., Ping, Z., Naveed, M., Minggang, X., Núñez-Delgado, A. 2023. Physically separated soil organic matter pools as indicators of carbon and nitrogen change under long-term fertilization in a Chinese Mollisol. Environmental Research 216, 114626. DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2022.114626

Performance of ash from Amazonian biomasses as an alternative source of essential plant nutrients: An integrated and eco-friendly strategy for industrial waste management considering the lack of raw fertilizer materials

Papers published in Research Journals included in the JCR or SJR

Alburquerque, A.R.L., Merino, A., Angélica, R.S., Omil, B., Paz, S.P.A. 2022. Performance of ash from Amazonian biomasses as an alternative source of essential plant nutrients: An integrated and eco-friendly strategy for industrial waste management considering the lack of raw fertilizer materials. Journal of Cleaner Production 360(1),132222. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2022.132222

Effect of N fertilization on the biomass of soil fungal groups in production grasslands.

Participation in congresses and scientific meetings

Barreiro, A., Fox, A., Lüscher, A., Widmer, F., Dimitrova Mårtersson, L.M. 2022. Effect of N fertilization on the biomass of soil fungal groups in production grasslands. (Poster). European Grassland Federation 29th General Meeting, “Grasslands at the heart of circular and sustainable food systems”. Caen (France), 26-30/06/2021

AGROMANURE

Research projects

Cod., tit.: TED2021-129533B-I00, Development of an integrated system for the management of manure generated on livestock farms in Northern Spain based in the elaboration of high-quality biofertilizers AGROMANURE

Fin.: State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2021-2023, Projects for Ecological and Digital Transition. State Research Agency
Part.: USC, Private Technical University of Loja (Ecuador), Universty of Venice (Italy), Galician Regional Government, Depuración de Aguas del Mediterráneo S.L., University of Trás-Os_Montes and Alto Douro (Portugal)
Dur.: 1/12/2022-30/11/2024
A.: 120,750€
P.I.: Merino García, A.
Part. UXAFORES: Silva Abilleira, D., Omil, B., Souza, P.

Web: http://agrores-agromanure.com/

 

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