Sphagnum farming on cut-over bog in NW Germany: Long-term studies on Sphagnum growth

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G. Gaudig ; M. Krebs ; H. Joosten (2017)
  • Publisher: International Mire Conservation Group and International Peat Society
  • Journal: Mires and Peat (issn: 1819-754X)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.19189/MaP.2016.OMB.238
  • Subject: biomass | degraded bog | growing media | paludiculture | Sphagnum papillosum | Ecology | QH540-549.5

Sphagnum farming allows sustainable and climate-friendly land use on bogs while producing a renewable substitute for peat in horticultural growing media. We studied Sphagnum productivity on an experimental Sphagnum culture established on a cut-over bog in Germany with s... View more
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