Land degradation is a complex process of progressive loss of soil fertility due to soil exploitation, that causes alterations of its physical and chemical properties. Nowadays it is one of the most critical worldwide issues, that many policies and researches are trying to contrast through new technologies and new approaches. Reconstitution is an innovative technology (patented by the company mcm Ecosystemi) of mechanical and chemical treatments applied to degraded soils. This process affects on the structure and on the amount of organic matter, to create soils with better agronomical properties (1, 2). The efficiency of this technology is tested with the project called New Life, LIFE10 ENV/IT/000400, which is co-funded by the European Union.

Manfredi, P., Salvi, R., Cassinari, C., Andreis, C., Marocco, A., Trevisan, M., 5 = Preliminary comparison of the development of spontaneous vegetation between degraded soils and reconstituted ones (Piacenza, Italy), Abstract de <<Congresso SBI; II International Plant Science Conference (IPSC)>>, (Pavia, 14-18 September 2015 ), SBI, Pavia 2015: 139-139 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/67810]

5 = Preliminary comparison of the development of spontaneous vegetation between degraded soils and reconstituted ones (Piacenza, Italy)

Salvi, Roberta;Cassinari, Chiara;Marocco, Adriano;Trevisan, Marco
2015

Abstract

Land degradation is a complex process of progressive loss of soil fertility due to soil exploitation, that causes alterations of its physical and chemical properties. Nowadays it is one of the most critical worldwide issues, that many policies and researches are trying to contrast through new technologies and new approaches. Reconstitution is an innovative technology (patented by the company mcm Ecosystemi) of mechanical and chemical treatments applied to degraded soils. This process affects on the structure and on the amount of organic matter, to create soils with better agronomical properties (1, 2). The efficiency of this technology is tested with the project called New Life, LIFE10 ENV/IT/000400, which is co-funded by the European Union.
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Atti di 110° Congresso SBI; II International Plant Science Conference (IPSC) Pavia
Congresso SBI; II International Plant Science Conference (IPSC)
Pavia
14-set-2015
18-set-2015
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Manfredi, P., Salvi, R., Cassinari, C., Andreis, C., Marocco, A., Trevisan, M., 5 = Preliminary comparison of the development of spontaneous vegetation between degraded soils and reconstituted ones (Piacenza, Italy), Abstract de <>, (Pavia, 14-18 September 2015 ), SBI, Pavia 2015: 139-139 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/67810]
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