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biochar

Jay, Chantelle, Fitzgerald, Jean, Hipps, Neil and Atkinson, Christopher (2015) Why short-term biochar application has no yield benefits; evidence from three field-grown crops. Soil Use and Management, 31 (2). pp. 241-250. ISSN 0266-0032 (Print), 1475-2743 (Online) (doi:10.1111/sum.12181)

domestic fridges

Rees, Debbie, Hipps, Neil, Colgan, Richard and Thurston, Karen (2011) Testing ethylene control technologies in domestic fridges [Final report - Strategies to Reduce Waste of Fresh Produce]. Project Report. Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP), Banbury, Oxfordshire.

ethylene

Rees, Deborah, Hipps, Neil, Colgan, Richard and Thurston, Karen (2011) Ethylene and microbial hotspots in the fresh produce supply chain. [Final report]. Project Report. Waste Resources Action Programme, Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK.

ethylene control technologies

Rees, Debbie, Hipps, Neil, Colgan, Richard and Thurston, Karen (2011) Testing ethylene control technologies in domestic fridges [Final report - Strategies to Reduce Waste of Fresh Produce]. Project Report. Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP), Banbury, Oxfordshire.

fragaria X ananassa

Jay, Chantelle, Fitzgerald, Jean, Hipps, Neil and Atkinson, Christopher (2015) Why short-term biochar application has no yield benefits; evidence from three field-grown crops. Soil Use and Management, 31 (2). pp. 241-250. ISSN 0266-0032 (Print), 1475-2743 (Online) (doi:10.1111/sum.12181)

fresh produce

Rees, Debbie, Hipps, Neil, Colgan, Richard and Thurston, Karen (2011) Testing ethylene control technologies in domestic fridges [Final report - Strategies to Reduce Waste of Fresh Produce]. Project Report. Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP), Banbury, Oxfordshire.

fresh produce supply chain

Rees, Deborah, Hipps, Neil, Colgan, Richard and Thurston, Karen (2011) Ethylene and microbial hotspots in the fresh produce supply chain. [Final report]. Project Report. Waste Resources Action Programme, Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK.

harvest yield

Jay, Chantelle, Fitzgerald, Jean, Hipps, Neil and Atkinson, Christopher (2015) Why short-term biochar application has no yield benefits; evidence from three field-grown crops. Soil Use and Management, 31 (2). pp. 241-250. ISSN 0266-0032 (Print), 1475-2743 (Online) (doi:10.1111/sum.12181)

hordeum vulgare

Jay, Chantelle, Fitzgerald, Jean, Hipps, Neil and Atkinson, Christopher (2015) Why short-term biochar application has no yield benefits; evidence from three field-grown crops. Soil Use and Management, 31 (2). pp. 241-250. ISSN 0266-0032 (Print), 1475-2743 (Online) (doi:10.1111/sum.12181)

nutrients

Jay, Chantelle, Fitzgerald, Jean, Hipps, Neil and Atkinson, Christopher (2015) Why short-term biochar application has no yield benefits; evidence from three field-grown crops. Soil Use and Management, 31 (2). pp. 241-250. ISSN 0266-0032 (Print), 1475-2743 (Online) (doi:10.1111/sum.12181)

reducing household food waste

Rees, Debbie, Hipps, Neil, Colgan, Richard and Thurston, Karen (2011) Testing ethylene control technologies in domestic fridges [Final report - Strategies to Reduce Waste of Fresh Produce]. Project Report. Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP), Banbury, Oxfordshire.

soil

Jay, Chantelle, Fitzgerald, Jean, Hipps, Neil and Atkinson, Christopher (2015) Why short-term biochar application has no yield benefits; evidence from three field-grown crops. Soil Use and Management, 31 (2). pp. 241-250. ISSN 0266-0032 (Print), 1475-2743 (Online) (doi:10.1111/sum.12181)

solanum tuberosum

Jay, Chantelle, Fitzgerald, Jean, Hipps, Neil and Atkinson, Christopher (2015) Why short-term biochar application has no yield benefits; evidence from three field-grown crops. Soil Use and Management, 31 (2). pp. 241-250. ISSN 0266-0032 (Print), 1475-2743 (Online) (doi:10.1111/sum.12181)

spore concentration

Rees, Deborah, Hipps, Neil, Colgan, Richard and Thurston, Karen (2011) Ethylene and microbial hotspots in the fresh produce supply chain. [Final report]. Project Report. Waste Resources Action Programme, Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK.

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