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Climate, Composting, General

Compost Council Of Canada’s Virtual Annual Conference

The 30th Annual Organics Recycling Conference of The Compost Council of Canada (CCC), originally scheduled to be held in Moncton, New Brunswick in late September 2020, has taken on the challenges of COVID and, “just like the composting process itself, taken something that is unwanted and turned it something great.” To be held September 28–October...

AD & Biogas

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AD & Biogas, Business+Finance, Facilities

Wisconsin Dairy Digesters Produce RNG

Developers and distributors of renewable natural gas (RNG) have been partnering with dairies in a number of states to convert existing biogas digesters to RNG production. Most recently, U.S. Gain completed installation of gas production equipment at two Wisconsin farms — the Dallmann East River Dairy, LLC in Brillion, and the S&S Jerseyland Dairy, LLC in Sturgeon Bay.


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Climate, Composting, Markets

California’s SB 1383 Requires Water Efficient Landscapes

The California Department of Water Resources’ (DWR) Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (MWELO) sets standards for new development and retrofitted landscape projects with the intent to reduce the amount of water used for irrigation in the state.

Climate, Connections, General

Connections: Weird Weather

The earth may be getting warmer but for me the most frightening thing is that the weather is getting weirder. What we now refer to as climate change was initially and is still sometimes called global warming.

Climate, Connections, Markets

Connections: Fire And Soil

What are the impacts of wildfires on soils? Continuation of BioCycle’s Drawdown series explains the effects and the role that organics play in the soil’s recovery.


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Compost And Mulch Utilization On California Almond Farm

Tom Rogers and his brother Dan grow almonds on 175 acres of flat, sandy loam soils near Madera, California.

Composting, Contamination, Markets

Persistent Herbicide Use Is Persisting

Get the update about the continuing risk of compost contamination from persistent herbicides.

Composting, Markets

Compost And Plant Disease Suppression

A microbial, community ecology approach to design compost amendments creates more reliable and resilient methods to suppress globally distributed soilborne pathogens.
Deborah A. Neher
BioCycle November/December 2019

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