6th Annual FLRC Workshop
held at Massey University, February 1992

The Use of Wastes and Byproducts as Fertilizers
and Soil Amendments for Pastures and Crops

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The correct citation for the proceedings is:

[Authors], 1992. [Title of paper]. In: The use of wastes and byproducts as fertilizers and soil amendments for pastures and crops. (Eds P E H Gregg and L D Currie). Occasional report No. 6. Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. pp

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Papers presented:

Some problems with wastes and heavy metals
Beckett, P H T

Wastes as plant nutrient sources: Issues and options
Roberts, A H C, O'Connor, M B and Longhurst, R D

The benefits and problems of the beneficial reuse of sewage sludge in New Zealand
Sharp, R W

Agricultural and industrial effluents and wastes as fertilisers and soil amendments in New Zealand
Hart, P B S and Speir, T W

From forest and freezing works to fertiliser
Feitje, G and Popay, A I

Utilization of whey and its derivatives as a fertilizer replacement for pasture
Radford, J B

From fish, forestry and freezing works to a fertile soil amendment
Feitje, G and Petrie, R

Effectiveness of whey for controlling grass grub
Atkinson, D S, van der Mespel, G J and Popay, A I

Comparison of whey and composted solid waste in maintaining soil fertility in vegetable crops
Kell, F

A composting process for stabilising meat processing wastes and sewage sludge
van Oostrom, A J

Evaluation of spent mushroom compost as a soil amendment
Stewart, D P C, Cameron, K C and Cornforth, I S

Use of two industrial wastes as binders in the granulation of finely divided potassium chloride fertilizers
Loganathan, P, Hedley, M J and Clark, S A

Potential nitrogen and phosphorus leaching from a sandy soil under pinus radiata following amendment with municipal sewage sludge
Adams, J A, Warren, J H and Cameron, K C

Monitoring the environmental impact of sewage sludge application to forest soils
McLaren, R G, Adams, J A and Cameron, K C

Irrigation of pasture with meat processing effluent: Health aspects
Donnison, A M and Ross, C M

Herbage-nitrate levels and animal toxicity of pasture treated with dairy-shed effluent
Macgregor, A N and Merral, M

The problems associated with processing and marketing wastes and byproducts as fertiliser
Maiden, D

Irrigation of wastewater from the manufacturing dairy industry onto pasture
Barnett, J W and Upchurch, G C

The use of meat processing effluents for irrigation of pasture
Russell, J M and Cooper, R N

Use of coir pith waste as an amendment and manure for crops
Natarajan, S, Rajan, S S S and Kandaswamy, P

Land disposal of effluent on to fuelwood tree crops
Sims, R E H and Ford-Robertson, J B

The agricultural use of organic wastes and their effect on some Australian soils
Lawrie, R A and Higginson, F R

Preliminary studies on the availability and use of organic wastes for the restoration of depleted soils in Central Otago
Floate, M J S and Enright, P D

Nutrient mineralisation from soil amended with pig slurry: An incubation study
Rate, A W and Cameron, K C

Improving the fertilizer value of poultry manure through composting
Mahimairaja, S, Bolan, N S, Hedley, M J and Macgregor, A N

New methods for measuring ammonia release from urine and ammoniacal wastes applied to pasture
Sherlock, R R and van der Weerden, T J

The water balance of ETS beds used for onsite discharge of domestic effluent
Clothier, B, Green, S and McNaughton, K

Silvicultural and environmental aspects of wastewater sludge utilization
Smith, C T, McMahon, S D, Devoe, D R and Bowden, W B

The fate of nitrogen in piggery waste applied to a shallow stony pasture soil
Cameron, K C and Rate, A W

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