Fertility Publications

58 Publications

Diving into Compost Tea

Carpenter-Boggs, L. 2005. Biocycle 46:61-62.

Using Local Sources of Organic Nutrients

Use of organic materials from livestock farms and recycled urban waste streams can help improve soil productivity and reduce nutrient imbalances, and can contribute to the sustainability of local agriculture. Site includes link to an organic fertilizer calculator.

Communal Farming with the Women of Iscayachi: Rock Phosphate and Manure Use in Small Farming Systems in Bolivia – December 2004

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Soil Organic Matters – September 2004

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Measuring Soil Quality – Initial Considerations – September 2003

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Systematic method for rating soil quality of conventional, organic, and integrated apple orchards in Washington State

J.D. Glover, J.P. Reganold, P.K. Andrews. 2000. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 80:29-45.

Organic and Biodynamic Management: Effects on Soil Biology

Carpenter-Boggs, L., A.C. Kennedy, J.P. Reganold. 2000. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 64:1651-1659.

Comparison of soil properties as influenced by organic and conventional farming systems.

J.P. Reganold. 1988. Amer. J. Alternative Agr. 3:144-155.

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