Nitrogen mineralization from biofertlizer Azolla mexicana compared to traditional organic fertilizers
Organic agriculture has become an essential approach to meeting the growing global food production demand and long-term soil sustainability, as well as addressing environmental problems connected with the use of synthetic agrochemicals. As a result, biofertilizers (biological fertilizers) have become promising resources to meet the growing demands for healthy and safe food production. Biofertlizers supply nutrients and take advantage of microorganisms that contribute to sustainable practices. One such biofertilizer is the aquatic pteridophyte Azolla mexicana which can be found in both tropical ...
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Davis, Jessica G.