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Controlled Release of Zinc from Soy Protein-Based Matrices to Plants
Controlled release systems are increasing their presence on the market. However, their use is not generating a great impact on horticultural production, mainly due to their price, which makes crop production more expensive. This work proposes a cheaper alternative for the manufacture of these devices. Thus, an agri-food byproduct (soy protein isolate) and a thermomechanical processing were used to create devices (matrices) that can compete in price with the use of conventional fertilizersdoi:10.3390/agronomy11030580 fatcat:dotphrqmhzcaxjb5f5mqvuw2nq