Environmental agrochemistry



Study of the environmental behavior of agrochemicals (pesticides, growth regulators, allelopathic compounds, plant signaling products or plants hormones, etc.) and other compounds that can reach the soil as a consequence of human activities (pharmaceutical or veterinary drugs, industrial contaminants, urban contaminants, etc.) mainly in soil-water system.


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Novel results of the use of biochar as soil amendment in Mediterranean agriculture

Researchers of the IRNAS-CSIC led by J.M. De la Rosa and H. Knicker have recently published novel results concerning the relationships between biochar properties and agronomic productivity under Mediterranean climate conditions.

Biochar is a carbonaceous material obtained from the pyrolysis of biomass. The application of biochar to soil is being proposed as […]