May 19, 2005 Vegetable Science Lab. Yurina Kwack

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Definition and Classification of Terminologies in Environment Agriculture and Utilization of Spent Mushroom Compost for Organic Transplant Production May 19, 2005 Vegetable Science Lab. Yurina Kwack

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Definition and Classification of Terminologies in Environment Agriculture

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Organic agribusiness Biological horticulture Natural farming Environmentally monitoring horticulture Environmentally neighborly horticulture Sustainable agribusiness Ecological agribusiness Green sustenance Terminologies in environment farming

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New d efinition and c lassification

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Environment agribusiness Economically proficient horticulture that guarantees the steady creation and supply of safe agrarian items and jam the earth by fitting it with horticulture The most comprehensive wording

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Environmentally perfect farming Agriculture that uses the created rural innovations blending them with the earth to minimize the symptoms of synthetic agribusiness and lessening underway

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Low info farming Agriculture that uses coordinated irritation administration (IPM) and incorporated supplement administration (INM) to minimize contribution of chemicals

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Precision agribusiness Agriculture that uses geographic data framework (GIS) and worldwide situating framework (GPS) to correctly control the contribution of chemicals and vitality

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Environmentally amicable farming Agriculture that uses earth well disposed techniques, for example, soil change and non-utilization of chemicals to minimize ecological contamination

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Organic agribusiness Agriculture that applies just natural materials and minerals to advance the dirt and that uses organic and physical strategies to control plant illnesses and bugs

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Natural horticulture Agriculture that uses independent manures, native compounds and microorganisms and that does not matter culturing, pruning nor concoction composts and pesticides

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Environmentally rationing farming Agriculture that connections trim generation with domesticated animals cultivating for diminishing natural burdens to maintain the biological community

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Local dissemination agribusiness Agriculture that connections edit creation with domesticated animals cultivating in a district to use edit residuals and excrements as creature bolster and manure, individually

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Social course farming Agriculture that connections animals cultivating or potentially natural manure creation in a specific area with yield creation or potentially lingering encourage creation in different areas to make a substantial scale flow of bio-materials locally or globally

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Utilization of Spent Mushroom Compost as a Growing Medium for Organic Transplant Production

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Objectives To look at the achievability of reusing the Spent Mushroom Compost (SMC) for natural transplant creation To grow new developing medium for natural transplant generation To examine the development and nature of naturally delivered transplants of a few vegetables

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Materials SMC left over from a "Baeckilsongi" mushroom industrial facility of the Pulmuone Takara Ltd. Hgpsizygus marmoreus

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Soybean frame Rice grain Corn cob Sawdust Ingredients of mushroom fertilizer

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A couple days after germination…

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Ready to gather…

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Chemical investigation of SMC before handling

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Decomposition A manure producer Microbial decomposers

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Mixing SMC & natural media Other natural media : Peat Moss & Cocopeat PM: Peat Moss CP: Cocopeat L: filtered D: decayed

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Plant development

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Study in Japan To study environment agribusiness in Japan To study common compounds & proficient microorganism for natural culture

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Expected distributions Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science HortScience

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