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NSW EPA's Organics Marketing Development program: encouraging takeup of recycled organics

NSW EPA's Organics Marketing Development program: encouraging takeup of recycled organics

NSW EPA’s Waste Less, Recycle More Organics Market Development Grants Program is supporting a crop of collaborative projects that are helping expand markets for recycled organics.
Published 24th Nov 2016
Find a recycled organics compost supplier in NSW

Find a recycled organics compost supplier in NSW

If you’re considering using recycled-organics compost to improve your soils and boost crop health and productivity, check out AORA’s shortlist of reputable suppliers.
Published 9th Mar 2017
Benefits of recycled organics industry: key facts

Benefits of recycled organics industry: key facts

Australia recycles more than six million tonnes of organic matter a year as compost mixes, mulches, agricultural soil amendments and more, recovering the equivalent of nearly 50,000 tonnes of potential plant fertiliser annually. Here’s how it can benefit your soils and crops.
Published 9th Mar 2017
Key findings: Next Gen Compost project field trials

Key findings: Next Gen Compost project field trials

Field trials of capsicum and corn conducted at Greater Sydney LLS Demonstration Farm showed that recycled organic compost augmented with slow-release nitrogen to compensate for the N drawdown typically experienced following initial application resulted in healthy growth. heavy fruit and high yields; and compost benefits to soil and plant health increased over time.
Published 7th Jun 2017
Key findings: Next Gen Compost project social science research

Key findings: Next Gen Compost project social science research

As part of the EPA-backed Next Gen Compost project, UTS’s Institute for Sustainable Futures undertook extensive social research among farmers, retailers and consumers, identifying barriers to compost use and market opportunities for compost-grown vegies.
Published 7th Jun 2017
Summary: Next Gen Compost project social research findings

Summary: Next Gen Compost project social research findings

As part of the EPA-backed Next Gen Compost project, UTS’s Institute for Sustainable Futures undertook extensive social research among farmers, retailers and consumers, identifying barriers to compost use and market opportunities for compost-grown vegies.
Published 13th Jun 2017
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