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Measurement of Carbon Dioxide in Corn Cob Biochar-amended Acid Soil Added with Different Types of Fertilizers

Mr. Arsenio D. Bulfa, Jr., Lecturer, College of Agriculture, Silliman University, an MS Soil Science SEARCA Scholar, presents the first part of his thesis titled "Measurement of Carbon Dioxide in Corn Cob Biochar-amended Acid Soil Added with Different Types of Fertilizers."

14 June 2017
Los Baños, Laguna

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