USE OF BIOENERGY RESIDUES AS AMENDMENTS: IMPLICATIONS ON SOIL FERTILITY AND SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION

Antonia Galvez, Tania Sinicco, Lorena Marino, Maria Luz Cayuela, Maria Dolores Mingorance & Claudio Mondini
The increasing use of renewable energy sources as substitutes to fossil fuels has provoked an increase in the production of bioenergy residues. These residues could be effectively used for the recovery and conservation of soil fertility. However, the effect of the organic residues on the soil ecosystem is different depending on their physico-chemical characteristics and, particularly, the knowledge of the impact of bioenergy residues on soil quality is still limited. The aim of this work...