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Aspects of Environmental Biotechnology: Horticultural Water Recycling

eBook (PDF), 17 Pages
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Commercial horticulture, like other industries, has recently been undergoing a period of sustained change, largely due to growing economic and environmental pressures within the global economy. The net result has, in many cases, been to rekindle an interest in many older or traditional approaches, most especially in terms of the increased efficiency and enhanced cost-benefit available through water recycling and nutrient replacement. This upsurge of interest in these particular areas is scarcely surprising, given that this endless cycle of water and nutrients is the fundamental basis of all biological systems. This booklet introduces the principles behind the commonly used methods, examines the issue of disease control and sets out the essential criteria for designing a water recycling system. Although it is aimed largely at students and practitioners, it remains an eminently readable introduction to the subject for a wider interested audience.
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Edition
Second
Publisher
LowShore Publishing
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
17
File Format
PDF
File Size
848.27 KB

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Printable? Yes
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