[Digestion] Digestion Digest, Vol 2, Issue 31
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Wed Oct 13 15:18:34 PDT 2010
I've been reading a couple of documents about vermicompost and digester
effluent aplication to different crops. For exemple: Vegetables (carrot,
spinach, onions etc), Fruits and maize. For instance when applying digester
effluent to vegetables 100 l per hectare (of a total 300 l mixed with water
on a 1:3 ratio) should be added every 10 days. It seems quite small....
However I found in other articles that you can apply raw digester effluent
without dilution but doesn't say the amounts that should be added.
Using Vermicompost the information seems more available but still not sure.
For example I found that you can apply 120 g of vermicompost/ plant (crop)
or 60 g or 10 g to vegetables.....
So... the information available is some what diverse. I wonder if someone
could share his knowledge when using digester effluent or vermicompost as an
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> Listers, Hi
> The Ashden Awards <http://www.ashdenawards.org/int_awards> are looking
> for projects on renewable energy to be submitted for a possible award.
> Biogas projects have done well in past years (see the videos listed
> under Ashden Awards on the Biogas Wikispaces
> <http://biogas.wikispaces.com/Videos> page). I have added the two that
> won awards in 2010.
> If you think you have, or know of, a project that could be classed as an
> "Energy Champion", that relates to any form of renewable energy do
> consider applying. The deadline for International Awards is fairly tight
> - 19 October, so you need to download the information
> and the forms
> and fill them in quickly. As well as projects involving biogas, they are
> also looking for projects on the wider subject of biomass, as well as
> solar, hydro and wind, or any system that provides or encourages the use
> of sustainable energy.
> David Fulford
> Dr David Fulford CEnv MEI, 15, Brandon Ave, Woodley, Reading RG5 4PU
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