Composters Defend Against Persistent Herbicides
ing of its mixer, a Green Mountain Compost operator had to remove compost affected by a persistent herbicide.

To mitigate exposure, composting facility operators are modifying feedstock recipes and increasing use of plant bioassays of finished compost. Part II
Craig Coker
BioCycle August 2013, Vol. 54, No. 8, p. 21

Unraveling The Maze Of Persistent Herbicides In Compost
Green Mountain Compost conducts plant growth trials (example above) on all batches of compost now produced.

An almost year-long investigation into how a Vermont solid waste district’s compost became subjected to persistent herbicide pollution has resulted in answers — and management strategies. Part I
Nora Goldstein
BioCycle June 2013, Vol. 54, No. 6, p. 17


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