Research

Agriculture

 

Topic 1: Growth bed for plants

Subject
Author (s)
Affiliation
Year
Laboratory study of soil mixtures: Tuff vs. bottom coal ash
Dr. Rephael Yaron, Meshulam Moshe
Soil and Roads Testing Laboratories, Technion
1997
Ideal physical and chemical properties of bottom coal ash mixed with organic matter facilitate and its use as growth medium for crops in horticulture and landscaping
Prof. Yona Chen, Tzila Aviad
Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Quality Science, The Hebrew University
1998
Growing chery tomatoes in a sorted bottom ash bed
Prof. Yona Chen, Tzila Aviad
Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Quality Science, The Hebrew University
1999
Ideal physical and chemical properties of bottom coal ash mixed with organic matter facilitate and its use as growth medium for crops in horticulture and landscaping – Updated data
Prof. Yona Chen, Tzila Aviad
Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Quality Science, The Hebrew University
2003
The influence of bottom ash and compost substrates on Terragon
Manael Hussein Atamna
Ecological Greenhouse at Ein Shemer
2006
The influence of adding sludge and separated compost to bottom ash on Terragon
Mona Atamna
Ecological Greenhouse at Ein Shemer
2007
The feasibility of using bottom ash as a growing substrate for chives- Allium
Rachel Rabinovich
R&D Center – Beit She’an Rift
2007
The influence of substrate type and package form on yield and quality of greenhouse pepper in Jordan Valley- Preliminary experiment
Efraim Ziplevich, Ziva Gilad, David Silverman, Ahiam Meir
R&D Center – Jordan Rift
2007
Examination of bottom ash use as a growth medium for white cabbage
Tohar Twito, Eden Kelog
Ecological Greenhouse at Ein Shemer
2007
The influence of tuff and bottom ash with compost on the growth of Meron species Anemone
Asaf Virgilis
Ecological Greenhouse at Ein Shemer
2008
The influence of substrate type and package form on yield and quality of greenhouse pepper in Jordan Valley- Summary of 2007-2008 season
Efraim Ziplevich, Ziva Gilad, David Silverman, Ahiam Meir
R&D Center – Jordan Rift
2009
Summary of experiment- 2006-2011
2012
Examination of bottom ash use as a growth substrate for Cherry Tomatoes vs other substrates– Observation in a model farm
Yuval Key
Kadesh Barnea
2010

Topic 2: Soil improvement

Subject
Author (s)
Affiliation
Year
Literature review on soil improvement for agriculture using coal ash
Prof. Uri Mingelgrin
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2003
The use of coal ash to improve the properties of agricultural soils – Laboratory examination stage
Shai Bartal, Prof. Uri Mingelgrin, Dr. Pinchas Fine, Prof. Rami Keren

Abstract

Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2006
Utilization of coal fly ash for the amendment of marginal soils in Israel – M.Sc thesis in natural science
Shai Bartal, Prof. Uri Mingelgrin, Dr. Pinchas Fine

Abstract

Environmental Science Program; Faculty of Mathematic and Science-The Hebrew University
2008
The use of coal ash to improve the properties of agricultural soils – Final report
Dr. Pinchas Fine, Prof. Uri Mingelgrin, Arie Bosak, Shai Bartal, Anna Beryozkin, Shoshi Suriano, Nir Atzmon, Yossi Moshe, Yossi Bar
, DrInstitute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research; Southern Judah Farms; Institute of Plant Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research; The Soil Erosion Research Station, Ministry of Agriculture
2010
Use of coal ash to stabilize soil surfaces for the prevention of erosion damage in sandy soil by enhancing development of biogenic crusts
Dr. Eli Zaady, Dr. Shlomo Sarig, Dr. Itzhaq Katra, Dr. Naftali Goldshleger, Daniel Barkai, Yaakov Knoll, Hayam Abu-Glaion

Abstract

Gilat Research Center; Katif R&D Center for Coastal Deserts; Department of Geography and Environmental Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev; Soil Erosion Research Station, Ministry of Agriculture
 2014

Topic 3: Soil fertilization

Subject
Author (s)
Affiliation
Year
Agricultural use of sewage sludges stabilized with bottom ash and lime
Dr. Pinchas Fine, Prof. Uri Mingelgrin, Arie Bosak, Rivka Rosenberg, Anna Beryozkin, Shosi Suriano, Ilan Dror

Abstract

Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2006
Dr. Pinchas Fine, Prof. Uri Mingelgrin, Arie Bosak, Rivka Rosenberg, Anna Beryozkin, Shosi Suriano, Danny Zohar
2008
Fly Ash Stabilized Biosolid (FASB) for agricultural uses – Agronomical and environmental monitoring. Summary of studies findings 2005-2012
Dr. Pinchas Fine et al.
2013
Odor monitoring originated from FASB and scattering prediction in the vicinity of N-Viro facility, Shafdan
Michael Orievsky
Ecological Laboratories
2013