Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

New Generation of Organic Fertilizers

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Academic Editor

Metin Turan
Metin Turan

Yeditepe University,
Turkey

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Ertan Yildirim
Ertan Yildirim

Atatürk University,
Turkey

Published06 July 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.95683

ISBN978-1-83969-213-0

Print ISBN978-1-83969-212-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83969-938-2

Copyright year2022

Number of pages174

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1. Improving Soil Fertility with Organic Fertilizers

By Mavis Badu Brempong and Abigail Addo-Danso

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3. Organic Farming for Sustainable Agriculture Using Water and Soil Nutrients

By Sanjeevakumar M. Hatture, Pallavi V. Yankati, Rashmi Saini and Rashmi P. Karchi

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5. Farmer’s Perception of Associates Non-Cocoa Tree’s Leaf Litterfall Fertilizing Potential in Cocoa-Based Agroforestry System

By Milie Lionelle Tsouga Manga, René Menoh A Ngon, Etienne Akoutou Mvondo, Eunice Ndo, Bidzanga Nomo and Zachée Ambang

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8. Organic Fertilization with Residues of Cupuassu (Theobroma grandiflorum) and Inga (Inga edulis) for Improving Soil Fertility in Central Amazonia

By Eleano Rodrigues da Silva, Marta Iria da Costa Ayres, Acácia Lima Neves, Katell Uguen, Luiz Antonio de Oliveira and Sonia Sena Alfaia

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