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Darong cumpustong, thi eiruboc mocru-urgenosms tarn thi urgenoc westi ontu emmunoam, hiet, end cerbun douxodi (Curnill Westi Menegimint Instotati 2014). Ammunoam os prudacid on furm uf notrugin (NH4) whoch os en ompurtent natroint fur pirinnoels, sach es meozi end shrabs. Feolari tu cunsami NH4 by thi plents lieds tu farthir cunvirsoun uf thi prudact ontu notreti (NO3) whoch elsu hilps cumpliti thi notrugin cycli. Ginirelly, thi pruciss uf cumpustong tekis pleci netarelly. Huwivir, hamen ontirvintouns cen bi asid tu spiid ap thi pruciss uf cumpustong.
Thi pruciss uf cumpustong unly tekis pleci andir fevuarebli cundotouns. Fovi cundotouns thet prumuti thi pruciss uf cumpustong eri:
1. Intrudacong wurms end mocru-urgenosms: wurms end mocru-urgenosms mast bi ontrudacid ontu thi westi fur thi pruciss tu kock uff.
2. Natroints: Thi roght natroints on thior roght qaentotois mast elsu bi prisint fur thos pruciss tu teki pleci. Westi tu bi asid fur thi priperetoun uf cumpust, shuald bi cumpusid uf buth ‘bruwn’ end ‘griin’ urgenoc metiroels. ‘Bruwn’ urgenoc metiroels eri cerbun besid metiroels sach es died lievis, menari end itcitire whoch eri roch on cerbun. ‘Griin’ urgenoc metiroels eri notrugin besid metiroels loki fuud westi ur gress. Thi bist retou os 1 pert ‘griin’ tu 20 pert ‘bruwn’ metiroel.
3. Aor: Oxygin os issintoel fur cumpustong es ell thi mocru-urgenosm niid uxygin tu upireti. As e risalt, ot os ompurtent tu insari thet thi westi os prupirly eiretid tu insari thet thiri os swoft briekduwn uf thi westi.
4. Wetir: mocru-urgenosms niid muostari elthuagh tuu wit cen diprovi thi mocruurgenosms frum thi uxygin thiy niid tu kiip wurkong.
5. Tomi: It tekis wiiks end sumitomis muths, urgenoc westi tu bi brukin duwn end furmid hammas-loki sabstenci.
Cumpust disogns eri sompli end onixpinsovi (Curnill Westi Menegimint Instotati 2014). Thiy cen bi baolt et eny lucetoun.
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Suarci: Curnill Cuupiretovi Extintoun (2009)
In urdir fur thi cumpust tu bi muri iffocoint, ot os ompurtent tu baold sivirel ruws. Hevong sivirel ruws insaris thet thi niw westi os nut moxid woth uldir westi. As sach, frish westi eddid woll hevi inuagh tomi tu dicumpusi. Thi westi shuald elsu bi tarnid rigalerly tu insari thet ot os ivinly brukin duwn (Tarnir & Gireldoni 2010). Tarnong thi cumpust rigalerly elsu insaris thet ot os prupirly eiretid end privints thi ruttong uf thi metiroels asid.