Agrarian
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Key title: Agrarnyj vestnik Urala (Online)
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Аграрный вестник Урала № 02 (81) 2011

Овощеводство и садоводство

Средин А. Д. аспирант Марийский государственный технический университет

Гордеева Т. Х. кандидат биологических наук, доцент Марийский государственный технический университет

Мухортов Д. И. научный сотрудник Марийский государственный технический университет

Гаврицкова Н. Н. научный сотрудник Марийский государственный технический университет

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Microbiological activity of composts from the organic waste at cultivation of decorative lawns

The long-term researches decorative lawns cultivation on the compost made on the basis of organic wastes, such as treatment facilities sewage sediments of the water drain and coniferous and deciduous woodshedded chips are carried out in the article. Microbiological activity of investigated substrata is studied. It is concluded that introduction of composts usage on an organic waste basis to development of landscape will promote the decision acceleration of the most complicated problems — recycling of the given waste kinds at cities’ landscape gardening and populated areas andalso receive at the same time ecological and economic effect.


Keywords:

lawn, organic waste, sawdust, sewage, compost, peat, nutritious substrate, microbiological activity, soil microorganisms, microbiota.


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