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Biochar from Miscanthus: a potential silicon fertilizer

Bibliographic reference Houben, David ; Sonnet, Philippe ; Cornélis, Jean-Thomas. Biochar from Miscanthus: a potential silicon fertilizer. In: Plant and Soil, Vol. 374, no. 1, p. 871-882 (2014)
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