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Proliferation of Microorganisms in Compost by Addition of Bamboo Charcoals
Shuji Yoshizawa, Michio Ohata, Satoko Tanaka, ACER News vol 2 June 2005
Asian Center for Environmental Research (ACER), Meisei University, Japan
http://acer.meisei-u.ac.jp

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Potential of carbon sequestration by carbonizing wood residue from industrial tree plantation as a Clean Development Mechanism project in the Kyoto Mechanism
Okimori,Y.Takahashi,F. Ogawa,M. (KANSO),Yamanaka,T.(Kansai Electric Power), Energy with Agricultural Carbon Utilization Symposium, Georgia 2004

1. Effective sequestration of CO2 in atmosphere and its inactivation
2. Carbon sequestration project by forestation and charcoal use
3. Charcoal properties
4. Charcoal properties: porous structure

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Sustainability and reality of the projects of Carbon sequestration by Carbonization and Forestation (CCF) as a biomass conversion option
Makoto Ogawa, Yasuyuki Okimori*, Fumio Takahashi, ACC Strategy, Abrupt Climate change, Paris, September 2004

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Biotechnology Capacity Of LDCs In The Asian Pacific Rim
Suman Sahai, Gene Campaign, AgBioforum, Volume 2 // Number 3 & 4 // Article 7, 1999

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Use of Microbial Inoculants and Organic Fertilizers in Agricultural Production
FFTC, J.F. Parr, S.B. Hornick, and D.D. Kaufman, 1994-11-01
Soil-Microbial Systems Laboratory
Agricultural Research Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Beltsville, Maryland, U.S.A.

Because of exploitive and improper farming practices, agricultural lands worldwide

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Understanding the Soil Rhizosphere System
Food & Fertilizer Technology Center, 2006-12-01

Sustainable Management of the Soil Rhizosphere System

Methods for the sustainable management of the soil rhizosphere system for efficient crop production and fertilizer use clearly fall into three distinct ways and methods: a) cultural management/practices; b) efficient nutrient application/fertilizer management; and c) use of organic fertilizers and bio-fertilizers.

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Micro-organisms, nutrients and tree growth introduction: close associations with roots
in Growing Good Tropical Trees for Planting
K A Longman, Commonwealth Science Council, 1998, FAO , United Nations,

Mycorrhiza
FNCA Biofertilizer Project Chapter 4 03

Mycorrhizal fungi are species of fungi that intimately
associate with plant roots forming a symbiotic relationship, with the
plant providing sugars for the fungi and the fungi providing nutrients
such as phosphorus, to the plants. Mycorrhizal fungi can absorb,
accumulate and transport large quantities of phosphate within their
hyphae and release to plant cells in root tissue.

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Biofertilizer.com: What is Biofertilizer

Molecular and Biochemical Analysis of the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungus Glomus intraradices
Peter Lammers, New Mexico State University, Yair Shachar-Hill at Michigan State University

Heike Bucking - Mycorrhizal research
Heike Bucking. Rutgers University, New Jersey

Lawn and garden products become more organic
Marty Hair, Detroit Free Press in Fort Wayne New Sentinel, March 28, 2007

"Sales of organic fertilizers and growing media like potting soils are expected to rise from $360 million this year to $670 million by 2011, according to the consumer research firm Packaged Facts."

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Indonesia: Regional Biofertilizer Development Center
Agriculture Farm, Mantripukhri
Imphal

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Current activities of biofertilizer project in Japan
Takuji Ohyama, Faculty of Agriculture, Niigata University

Biofertilizer mailing list
Biofertilizer mailing list has been established for exchanging information among researchers, producers, technicians, farmers, students and people who are interested in biofertilizer in Asia proposed in the last meeting in Bangkok. This list is managed by Project manager Dr. Tsuguo Genka JAIF. There are 73 people in the current list.

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Effects of Charcoal as a Soil Conditioner onCitrus Growth and Vesicular-arbuscular Mycorrhizal Development
ISHII T; KADOYA K. JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE 63: 529-535, 1994

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Charcoal Application and VAM Inoculation Promote Vine Growth, Yield and Qualtiy of Passion Fruits in Kenya
L. Wamocho, R. Michieka, K. Yamashita, T. Ishii
ISHS Acta Horticulturae 565: VI International Symposium on Temperate Fruit Growing in the Tropics and Subtropics

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A field experiment was conducted in 1996/1997 to investigate the effect of charcoal (CH) and vesicular-arbuscular mycorhiza (VAM) inoculation on vine growth, fruit development and quality of passion fruits grown in the field. Plants grown in soils that are low (

Keywords: nutrition, subtropics, mycorhiza, low fertility

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The utilization of VA mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi for crop production:
T. Ishii, Lab of Pomology, Kyoto Prefecture University, Japan

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Microbial Fertilizers in Japan
Michinori Nishio, National Institute of Agro-Environmental Sciences, Ibaraki, Japan
Food & Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC) for the Asian and Pacific Region

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Wood Vinegar Used to Grow Dohung Melons in Korea

5. Use of Wood Vinegar
If agricultural chemical use is inevitable, wood vinegar is added to the mixture. Adding wood vinegar can improve effectiveness by 30~40%. By using a small amount of wood vinegar, great effects can be obtained. Wood vinegar from oak trees boosts the color and sugar of melons.

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