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Author Correction: Effects of biochar, waste water irrigation and fertilization on soil properties in West African urban agriculture

. Akoto-Danso Steffen Werner Kofi Atiah Christoph Steiner D?sir? J. P. Lompo Samuel Adiku Andreas Buerkert Bernd Marschner This Article contains errors in Figures 1; 4; 5; 7; 8 and 9; where the keys were

Effect of biochar derived from faecal matter on yield and nutrient content of lettuce (Lactuca sativa) in two contrasting soils

Bernd Marschner Fisseha Itanna Heluf Gebrekidan 0 0 School of Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences, Haramaya University , 138, Dire Dawa , Ethiopia Background: Faecal matter biochar

Effects of biochar, waste water irrigation and fertilization on soil properties in West African urban agriculture

Manka'abusi Edmund K. Akoto-Danso Steffen Werner Kofi Atiah Christoph Steiner D?sir? J. P. Lompo Samuel Adiku Andreas Buerkert Bernd Marschner OPEN Published: xx xx xxxx In large areas of sub-Saharan Africa ... . Prof. Dr. Bernd Marschner and Prof. Dr. Andreas Buerkert were the principal supervisors of the field experiments. Dr. Volker H?ring supervised laboratory analysis and was responsible for data management

Effects of biochar and alkaline amendments on cadmium immobilization, selected nutrient and cadmium concentrations of lettuce (Lactuca sativa) in two contrasting soils

To assess the efficiency of seven treatments including biochars produced from dried faecal matter and manures as stabilizing agents of cadmium (Cd)-spiked soils, lettuce was grown in glasshouse on two contrasting soils. The soils used were moderately fertile silty loam and less fertile sandy loam and the applied treatments were 7 % w/w. The reduction of bioavailable Cd (ammonium...