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Barriers of compost use in horticulture
Vávrová, Michaela ; Habart, Jan (advisor)
The Master's thesis describes the components for the production of horticultural substrates. Assesses emerging processing especially composts biodegradable waste and compares them with the peat, which is currently the most widely utilized by us. It deals with the question of the disposal of the unused potential of compost to produce of peat-free substrates, which can reduce the burden on the environment caused by the landfilling, to increase the fertility of the soil and above all function and retrench the use of peat, which is very difficult to renewable source. He compares the quality and usability of the compost in the selected waste treatment plants and suggests the path to more intensive use for horticultural purposes.