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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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