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Application of Lignin and Its Derivatives as Slow/Controlled Release Materials in Agricultural Fields
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YingJuan Fu1 1. Key Laboratory of Pulp & Paper Science and Technology (Ministry of Education), Qilu University of Technology, Ji’nan, Shandong Province, 250353, China 
MengHua Qin2 2. Organic Chemistry Laboratory, Taishan University, Tai’an, Shandong Province, 271021, China 
ZhaoJiang Wang1 1. Key Laboratory of Pulp & Paper Science and Technology (Ministry of Education), Qilu University of Technology, Ji’nan, Shandong Province, 250353, China 
ZongQuan Li1 1. Key Laboratory of Pulp & Paper Science and Technology (Ministry of Education), Qilu University of Technology, Ji’nan, Shandong Province, 250353, China 
Fund Project:The authors acknowledge financial support from the Independent Innovation and?Achievements Transformation Project of Shandong Province (2014CGZH0302).
 
Abstract:Lignin is the main by-product of pulp and papermaking and is not effectively utilized. Conversion of industrial lignins into value-added materials is beneficial for the effective utilization of resources as well as for environmental protection. Because of their adsorptivity, slow-release property, biocompatibility, and biodegradability, lignin and its derivatives find potential applications as eco-friendly slow/controlled release materials in agricultural fields. This report reviews the recent research advances in lignin-based slow/controlled release fertilizers and pesticides.
keywords:lignin  slow/controlled release  fertilizer  pesticide
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