December 2004
BioCycle;Dec2004, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p11
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Discusses a research conducted by the Working Group in Composting and Integrated Waste Management at the Agricultural University in Monza, Italy about how composting and anaerobic digestion reduce the net flux of greenhouse gases. Mitigation of nitrous oxide emissions from farm soils; Link of organic matter to soil fertility, stability and structure.


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