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Biogas digestate marketing: qualitative insights into the supply side
J Dahlin, C Herbes, M Nelles
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 104, 152-161, 2015
1322015
Biogas digestate management: Evaluating the attitudes and perceptions of German gardeners towards digestate-based soil amendments
J Dahlin, M Nelles, C Herbes
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 118, 27-38, 2017
612017
Economic assessment of different biogas digestate processing technologies: A scenario-based analysis
C Herbes, U Roth, S Wulf, J Dahlin
Journal of Cleaner Production 255, 120282, 2020
482020
Marketing green fertilizers: Insights into consumer preferences
J Dahlin, V Halbherr, P Kurz, M Nelles, C Herbes
Sustainability 8 (11), 1169, 2016
192016
Sustainable compost and potting soil marketing: Private gardener preferences
J Dahlin, C Beuthner, V Halbherr, P Kurz, M Nelles, C Herbes
Journal of Cleaner Production 208, 1603-1612, 2019
162019
Consumer Willingness To Pay for Proenvironmental Attributes of Biogas Digestate-Based Potting Soil
C Herbes, J Dahlin, P Kurz
Sustainability 12 (16), 6405, 2020
22020
Biogas digestate processing as a contribu-tion to nutrient export from surplus regions–costs and greenhouse gas emissions
U Roth, S Wulf, M Fechter, C Herbes, J Dahlin
Landtechnik 76 (2), 68-95, 2021
12021
Gärrestaufbereitung als Beitrag zur Nährstoffentfrachtung von Überschussregionen–Kosten und Treibhausgasemissionen
U Roth, S Wulf, M Fechter, C Herbes, J Dahlin
Landtechnik 76 (2), 2021
2021
Marketing strategies and consumer preferences for fertilizers and soils from organic residues of biogas production
J Dahlin
2017
G-O_02 Marketing of biogas fermentation residues–The providers perspective
J Dahlin, C Herbes, M Nelles
RAMIRAN 2015, 2015
2015
Gärrestaufbereitung als Beitrag zur Nährstoff-entfrachtung in Überschussregionen
U Roth, S Wulf, M Fechter, C Herbes, J Dahlin
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