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BESS Faculty and Grad Student Featured in Solid Waste & Recycling

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On May 18, Solid Waste & Recycling, an online magazine serving Canada’s disposal industries, posted a news article about a BESS study on their website.  The study showed that biotech byproducts were effective fertilizers: https://www.solidwastemag.com/agriculture/biotech-byproducts-shown-to-be-effective-fertilizers/1003283536/
This study, which was funded by DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products, LLC, was conducted by Drs. Deb O’Dell, Neal Eash, Joanne Logan, James Zahn along with grad student Joel Oetting.    The paper describing this study, “Nutrient Source and Tillage Effects on Maize: II. Yield, Soil Carbon, and Carbon Dioxide Emissions”, was published in the journal Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment.