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Lu Zhang and Xiangyang Sun

382 388 Garcia-Gil, J.C. Plaza, C. Soler-Rovira, P. Polo, A. 2000 Long-term effects of municipal solid waste compost application on soil enzyme activities and microbial biomass Soil Biol. Biochem. 32 1907 1913 Hongpakdee, P. Ruamrungsri, S. 2015 Water

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Guoqiang Wang, Ping Qu, Hongying Huang, Guofeng Wu, and Haijun Yan

. 1997 Composts from various municipal solid waste feedstock affect vegetable crops. I. Emergence and seedling growth J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 122 427 432 Rosen, C.J. 2000 Compost criteria Amer. Nurseryman 191 1 322 330 Singh, A.P. Causin, V. Nuryawan, A

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W. Garrett Owen, Brian E. Jackson, Brian E. Whipker, and William C. Fonteno

’ and ‘Gutbier V-14 Glory’ poinsettias HortScience 29 737 (abstr.) Rosen, C.J. Halbach, T.R. Swanson, B.T. 1993 Horticultural uses of municipal solid waste composts HortTechnology 3 167 173 Tschabold, E.E. Meredith, W.C. Gruse, L.R. Krumkalns, E.V. 1975

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Humberto Núñez-Moreno, James L. Walworth, and Andrew P. Pond

, A. Chakrabarti, K. Trypathy, S. Powell, M.A. 2006 Copper and zinc uptake by rice and accumulation in soil amended with municipal solid waste compost Environmental Geol. 49 1064 1070 Beverly, R.B. Worley, R.E. 1992 Preliminary DRIS diagnostic norms

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Victoria Ann Surrage, Claudia Lafrenière, Mike Dixon, and Youbin Zheng

with municipal solid waste compost Bioresour. Technol. 73 247 249 Rippy, J.F.M. Peet, M.M. Louws, F.J. Nelson, P.V. Orr, D.B. Sorensen, K.A. 2004 Plant development and harvest

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Alan L. Wright, Tony L. Provin, Frank M. Hons, David A. Zuberer, and Richard H. White

influence of soluble organic matter from municipal solid waste compost on trace metal leaching in calcareous soils Sci. Total Environ. 291 45 57 Korboulesky, N. Dupouyet, S. Bonin, G. 2002 Environmental risks

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Guihong Bi, Williams B. Evans, and Glenn B. Fain

rather than as a sole substrate component. Research on municipal solid waste compost (MSWC) has shown blends of up to 33% in growing substrate produced similar plant growth compared with growth in a potting mix with no MSWC ( Wright et al., 2005 ). A

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Coleman L. Etheredge and Tina M. Waliczek

municipal solid waste was generated, of which 137.7 million tons were disposed of in landfills; an estimated 10.8 million tons of this waste is categorized as yard trimmings, which would include grass, leaves, and brush (EPA, 2019). According to one study

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Ajay Nair, Mathieu Ngouajio, and John Biernbaum

.M. 1964 Water-soluble phytotoxic substances in alfalfa forage: Variation with variety, cutting year and stage of growth Agron. J. 55 499 500 Herrera, F. Castillo, J.E. Chica, A.F. Bellido, L.L. 2008 Use of municipal solid waste compost (MSWC) as a growing

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Chenping Xu and Beiquan Mou

.R. 2008 A review of the use of composted municipal solid waste in agriculture Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 123 1 14 Herrick, J.E. 2000 Soil quality: An indicator of sustainable land management? Appl. Soil Ecol. 15 75 83 Jimenez, E.I. Garcia, V.P. 1992