Compost

Reports & Publications


Douds, D.D., G. Nagahashi and P.R. Hepperly. 2010. On-farm production of inoculum of indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and assessment of diluents of compost for inoculum production. Bioresource Technology 101: 2326-2330.

Hepperly P., Lotter D., Ziegler Ulsh C., Seidel R,, and C. Reider, 2009. Compost, Manure and Synthetic Fertilizer Influences Crop Yields, Soil Properties, Nitrate Leaching and Crop Nutrient Content, Compost Science and Utilization, Vol. 17, No.2:117-126

Douds, D., Nagahashi, G., Pfeffer, P., Kayser, W., and C. Reider. 2004. On-farm production and utilization of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus inoculum. Canadian Journal of Plant Science (in press).

Douds D., and C. Reider. 2003. Inoculation with mycorrhizal fungi increases the yield of Green Peppers in a High P Soil. Biological Agriculture and Horticulture 21:91-102.

Reider, C., Herdman, W., Drinkwater, L., and R. Janke.  2000. Yields and nutrient budget under composts, raw dairy manure, and mineral fertilizer. Compost Science 8(4):328-339

Douds, D., Galvez, L., Frank Synder, M., Reider, C., and L. Drinkwater. 1997. Effect of compost addition and crop rotation upon VAM fungi. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 65(3):257-266.