MSWC

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MSWCMississippi Workers’ Compensation
MSWCMunicipal Solid Waste Compost
MSWCMargaret Sloss Women's Center (Iowa State University)
MSWCMagnetostatic Wave Channelizer
MSWCMale Sexual Wellspring Center
MSWCMunicipal Solid Waste Combustion
MSWCMobile System Wake-up Control
MSWCMontana Solid Waste Contractors Association
MSWCMedical Social Work Consultant
MSWCMaharashtra State Women’s Council (India)
MSWCMaster of Science in Wireless Communications
MSWCMillard South Wrestling Club
MSWCMilitary Service Wage Credit(s)
MSWCMid-South Wrestling Club
MSWCMaster of Science in Written Communication
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Based on previous Manure compost study by Abbey and Appah [18], 25% (w/w) of the seafood waste compost, municipal solid waste compost, and the vermicompost were individually incorporated into 400 g of Promix-BX soilless potting mix (Premier Horticulture Inc., Quakertown, PA, USA) purchased from Halifax Seeds, Nova Scotia, using 25.4 cm diameter plastic pots.
Approximately 200 g samples of each organic growing medium amendment (i.e., seafood waste compost (SFWC), municipal solid waste compost (MSWC), and vermicompost (VC) was sent to Covance Laboratories (Madison, Wisconsin, USA) for analyses of 17 amino acids (i.e., aspartic acid, threonine, serine, glutamic acid, proline, glycine, alanine, valine, isoleucine, leucine, tyrosine, phenylalanine, lysine, histidine, arginine, cysteine, and methionine).
An assessment of municipal solid waste compost quality produced in different cities of India in the perspective of developing quality control indices, Waste Management 30(2): 192-201.
A critical review of the bioavailability and impacts of heavy metals in municipal solid waste composts compared to sewage sludge, Environment International 35(1): 142-156.
Despite this Interaction effects of drought on levels 50, 70 and 90% of field capacity and four fertilizer contains no fertilizer, fertilizer, animal manure (25 t ha) and municipal solid waste compost (25 tons per acre) on the plant Chamomile by Elements (1)determined that the land was not (control), dried manure has the greatest impact on performance but during drought stress and reduce it to 50% of field capacity, the most effective use of organic fertilizers The dry performance.
Municipal solid waste compost has been reported to effectively supply P to soil with soil P concentration increasing (Iglesias-Jimenez, 1993; Zhang et al., 2006).
Municipal solid waste compost has been reported to increase total and extractable soil Ca concentrations (Shanmugam & Warman, 2004; Warman et al., 2004; Zheljazkov & Warman, 2004).
"Nitrogen management considerations for landspreading municipal solid waste compost." Journal of Environmental Quality 32: 1844-1850.
"Chemical properties of municipal solid waste composts." Journal of Environmental Quality 21: 318-319.
The total amount of N applied by each treatment was 132 g/[m.sup.2] (5.6 oz/[yd.sup.2]) from the poultry litter compost, 111 g/[m.sup.2] (4.7 oz/[yd.sup.2]) from the biosolids compost, 104 g/[m.sup.2] (4.4 oz/[yd.sup.2]) from the municipal solid waste compost, 94 g/[m.sup.2] (4.0 oz/[yd.sup.2]) from the yard waste compost, and 10 g/[m.sup.2] (0.4 oz/[yd.sup.2]) from the hydroseeded applications.
During the first rainfall simulation total N loads from the biosolids compost (4060 mg/[m.sup.2], 0.17 oz/[yd.sup.2]), municipal solid waste compost (2014 mg/[m.sup.2], 0.08 oz/[yd.sup.2]), and both hydroseeded treatments (1392 and 1008 mg/[m.sup.2], 0.06 and 0.05 oz/[yd.sup.2]) were significantly higher than the control (Table 6).
Despite this Interaction effects of drought on levels 50, 70 and 90% of field capacity and four fertilizer contains no fertilizer, fertilizer, animal manure (25 t ha) and municipal solid waste compost (25 tons per acre) on the plant Chamomile by Elements [1] determined that the land was not (control), dried manure has the greatest impact on performance but during drought stress and reduce it to 50% of field capacity, the most effective use of organic fertilizers The dry performance.
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