Processing and management of agricultural wastes

[proceedings. by Cornell Agricultural Waste Management Conference (1974 Rochester, N.Y.)

Publisher: Dept. of Agricultural Engineering, Cornell University in Ithaca, N. Y

Written in English
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ContributionsNew York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
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Pagination540 p.
Number of Pages540
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Agricultural wastes are non-product outputs of production and processing of agricultural products that may contain material that can benefit man but whose economic values are less than the cost of.

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