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Evaluation of agricultural residues of the cocoa tree as conditioning of substrata and/or organic fertilizers Avaliacao de subproductos do cacaueiro como condicionador de substratos e/ou fertilizantes organicos

by Costa Argolo, R; Araujo, Q.R; Sodré, G.A; Jucksch, I; Moreau, A.M.S.S; Santos Filho, L.P.
Publisher: (Set - Dic 2009)ISSN: 0103-3816.Subject(s): THEOBROMA CACAO | EISENIA FOETIDA | CASCARAS DE CACAO | SUBPRODUCTOS | RESIDUOS DE COSECHAS | ABONOS ORGANICOS | COMPUESTOS ORGANICOS | PROPIEDADES FISICOQUIMICAS | BRASIL | THEOBROMA CACAO | EISENIA FOETIDA | COCOA HUSKS | BYPRODUCTS | CROP RESIDUES | ORGANIC FERTILIZERS | ORGANIC COMPOUNDS | CHEMICOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES | BRAZIL | THEOBROMA CACAO | EISENIA FOETIDA | COQUE DE CACAO | SOUS-PRODUIT | RESIDU DE RECOLTE | ENGRAIS ORGANIQUE | COMPOSE ORGANIQUE | PROPRIETE PHYSICOCHIMIQUE | BRESIL In: Agrotrópica (Brasil) v. 21(3) p. 165-172Summary: The potential use of agricultural residues (powder-crop of cocoa fruit, almond of tegument and swine manure)was evaluated. The study had been developed at the Cocoa Research Center - CEPLAC/CEPEC, in Ilhéus, State of Bahia, Brazil. The study had evaluated nine combinations (treatments) including cocoa peel, bean tegument and swine manure, with addition of earthworms. The four months originated material was collected and analyzed by physical and chemical properties. Considering the physical and chemical data, that are in conformity with national and international adopted levels, it was evidenced the possible use of the studied residues as substrata to production of seedlings and organic fertilizer.
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The potential use of agricultural residues (powder-crop of cocoa fruit, almond of tegument and swine manure)was evaluated. The study had been developed at the Cocoa Research Center - CEPLAC/CEPEC, in Ilhéus, State of Bahia, Brazil. The study had evaluated nine combinations (treatments) including cocoa peel, bean tegument and swine manure, with addition of earthworms. The four months originated material was collected and analyzed by physical and chemical properties. Considering the physical and chemical data, that are in conformity with national and international adopted levels, it was evidenced the possible use of the studied residues as substrata to production of seedlings and organic fertilizer.

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