WRAP publishes papers on digestate use in protected horticulture
The Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) UK has supported the publication of three reports on the potential uses of digestate.
Three WRAP-funded studies show whether the use of digestates could be expanded to include new markets, from both an agronomic and economic perspective.
The first report, written by Dr Mary Dimambro and Dr Joachim Steiner from the Cambridge Eco and Rob Lillywhite and Dr Catherine Keeling form the University of Warwick, is covering the topic of the Use of quality digestates as liquid fertilisers in the commercial production of strawberries and can be found here.
The report on Bark admixtures: Formulation and testing of novel organic growing media using quality digestates for the production of containerised plants by Dr Mary Dimambro and Dr Joachim Steiner from the Cambridge Eco and Dr Russ Sharp and Sam Brown form Moulton College can be found here.
Literature review: Digestate use in protected horticulture written by Dr Mary Dimambro and Dr Joachim Steiner from the Cambridge Eco and Francis Rayns from Garden Organic can be found here.
Source: Cambridge Eco