Compost: the effect of nutrients, soil health and crop quantity and quality

Compost is considered by many to be the holy grail of organic farming and growing. This review looks at the research and explores how compost varies according to the ingredients and the way it is made. It studies the evidence for compost improving plant health, quality and promoting disease resistance and summarises the situations in which compost is most useful.

Research Summaries

Theme: crop diversity
Published: 1st January 2008