• Heavy Metal Polluted Soils Effect on Plants and

    Soils polluted with heavy metals have become common across the globe due to increase in geologic and anthropogenic activities. Plants growing on these soils show a reduction in growth performance and yield. Bioremediation is an effective method of treating heavy metal polluted soils. It is a widely accepted method that is mostly carried out in situ hence it is suitable for the

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  • Treated Olive Mill Wastewater Effects on Soil Properties

     · M. Rusan M.J. Albalasmeh A.A. Malkawi H.I. Treated Olive Mill Wastewater Effects on Soil Properties and Plant Growth. Water Air Soil Pollut 227 135 (2016). https //doi/10.1007/s. Download citation. Received 24 January 2016. Accepted 28 March 2016. Published 06 April 2016. DOI https //doi/10.1007/s

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  • A Simple Roller-Mill Grinding Procedure for Plant and Soil

     · COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS Vol. 35 Nos. 3 4 pp. 537 545 2004 A Simple Roller-Mill Grinding Procedure for Plant and Soil Samples # S. L. Arnold and J. S. Schepers USDA-ARS-SWCRU University of Nebraska Lincoln Nebraska USA ABSTRACT Obtaining finely ground homogeneous plant and soil samples for

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  • The burn severity and plant recovery relationship affect

     · Our study was a biological approach to relate soil properties to vegetation recovery and burn severity. We focused our study on the natural recovery of the soil-plant interphase in Pinus halepensis Mill. forests located in the SE of Iberian Peninsula a semiarid climate.

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  • A Simple Roller-Mill Grinding Procedure for Plant and Soil

     · COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS Vol. 35 Nos. 3 4 pp. 537 545 2004 A Simple Roller-Mill Grinding Procedure for Plant and Soil Samples # S. L. Arnold and J. S. Schepers USDA-ARS-SWCRU University of Nebraska Lincoln Nebraska USA ABSTRACT Obtaining finely ground homogeneous plant and soil samples for

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  • Plant/soil concentration ratios of SSWRa for contrasting

    article osti_ title = Plant/soil concentration ratios of SSWRa for contrasting sites around an active U mine-mill author = Ibrahim S A and Whicker F W abstractNote = Concentrations of 226Ra were determined in native vegetation and underlying substrate (soil and tailings) at various sites around a conventional open-pit acid leach U production operation in Wyoming.

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  • Journal of Earth Sciences Environmental Studies (ISSN

     · soil fertility as well as affect the growth of plant and seeds germination 28 . The sugar mill s effluent (SME) reduce the rate of seed germination of paddy crops. These effluents also distress the soil. Bacteria and fungi which maintain the soil fertility will be in danger by the highly toxic chemicals releases from sugar industry 30 .

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  • Journal of Earth Sciences Environmental Studies (ISSN

     · soil fertility as well as affect the growth of plant and seeds germination 28 . The sugar mill s effluent (SME) reduce the rate of seed germination of paddy crops. These effluents also distress the soil. Bacteria and fungi which maintain the soil fertility will be in danger by the highly toxic chemicals releases from sugar industry 30 .

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  • (PDF) Pulp and paper mill by-products as soil amendments

    Pulp and paper mill by-products as soil amendments and plant nutrient sources. Martin Chantigny. Pulp and paper mills generate several types of sludges from primary and secondary treatment of wastes derived from wood fiber sources recycled paper products and non-wood fibers (Table 1). Land application is becoming more frequently

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  • Land Application of Pulp Mill Lime Mud UGA Cooperative

     · Lime mud is a by-product produced in pulp mills as part of the process that turns wood chips into pulp for paper. The pulp mill cooks wood chips with sodium hydroxide to extract the wood fiber used to make paper from the lignin that binds the wood together. During this process sodium hydroxide is converted to sodium carbonate. The pulp mill than adds calcium oxide also known as quicklime to

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  • Physiological and Anatomical Basis of Differential

    Striker G.G. Insausti P. Grimoldi A.A. et al. Physiological and Anatomical Basis of Differential Tolerance to Soil Flooding of Lotus corniculatus L. and Lotus glaber Mill. Plant Soil 276 301–311 (2005). https //doi/10.1007/s. Download citation. Received 03 November 2004. Accepted 05 April 2005. Issue Date October 2005

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  • Macro and Micro Nutrient Supply to Soil and Plants from

     · soil (pot SMM-1) 50g/kg soil (pot SMM -2) and 100g mill mud /kg soil (pot SMM-3) and no mill mud sample was added to the control pot. The pots were kept moistened for next 15 days. After 15 days of addition of mill mud plant seeds were sown. As an experimental plant a

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  • Wastewater from monosodium glutamate industry as a low

     · Highlights MSG-wastewater acidity neutralization with highly alkaline paper-mill effluent is sustainable practice. Growing fuel crops using wastewaters comprises multiple benefits on plant soil and environment. Organic rich wastewaters improve SOC. Co-application of MSG and paper-mill wastewaters stimulates humification.

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  • Native Michigan plants stimulate soil microbial species

    Native Michigan plants stimulate soil microbial species changes and PAH remediation at a legacy steel mill. (PAH) contamination from a former steel mill in Michigan. Soil was amended with 10 (v/v) compost and 5 (v/v) poultry litter. This study supports the notion that a dynamic interplay between the soil bacteria and native plant

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  • Temporal characterisation of soil-plant natural recovery

     · The plant-soil interphase is related to fire severity and post-fire time. • Fire severity affects ecosystem recovery in the short term. • Plant recovery promotes soil biochemical recovery in the mid term. • Soil properties recover in the long term after fire (21 years). • The plant-soil window for natural recovery in semiarid areas is

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  • Soil Phosphorus Fractionation as Affected by Paper Mill

     · Industrial by-products such as paper mill biosolids (PBs) have been used as fertilizers and amendments in agriculture for many decades. However their content of plant essential nutrients including phosphorus (P) varies largely with sources and availability of these nutrients once applied to soil still remains unknown. Five PBs differing in their C/N ratio (12–47) were used in an incubation

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  • Plant/soil concentration ratios of SSWRa for contrasting

    article osti_ title = Plant/soil concentration ratios of SSWRa for contrasting sites around an active U mine-mill author = Ibrahim S A and Whicker F W abstractNote = Concentrations of 226Ra were determined in native vegetation and underlying substrate (soil and tailings) at various sites around a conventional open-pit acid leach U production operation in Wyoming.

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  • Impacts of Sugar mill s Effluent on soil and Plant s Seed

    Soil samples were collected from the fields where sugar mill effluent (SME) was used as irrigation water. Four different sites were selected of radius 500m for soil samples collection where effluent was used to irrigate vegetables. The complex soil surface samples (at 0-30 cm depth) were collected in clean polythene airtight bags.

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  • CSIRO PUBLISHING Soil Research

    The changes of soil organic matter (SOM) humification induced by long-term combination of tillage and olive mill wastewater (OMW) application compared to natural and cultivated soil have been little investigated. This study aimed to compare effects of no cultivation with natural vegetation soil (NC) tillage (CT1) for 80 years and combination of tillage with OMW application (CT2) for 20 years

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  • A Simple Roller-Mill Grinding Procedure for Plant and Soil

     · COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS Vol. 35 Nos. 3 4 pp. 537 545 2004 A Simple Roller-Mill Grinding Procedure for Plant and Soil Samples # S. L. Arnold and J. S. Schepers USDA-ARS-SWCRU University of Nebraska Lincoln Nebraska USA ABSTRACT Obtaining finely ground homogeneous plant and soil samples for

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  • Cold Stress Tolerance in Psychrotolerant Soil Bacteria and

    The present work aimed to study the culturable diversity of psychrotolerant bacteria persistent in soil under overwintering conditions evaluate their ability to sustain plant growth and alleviate chilling stress in tomato. Psychrotolerant bacteria were isolated from agricultural field soil samples

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  • A Simple Roller-Mill Grinding Procedure for Plant and Soil

     · Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 21 . Taylor Francis Online Web of Science ® Google Scholar The objectives of the research are to assess a modification to the simple roller-mill procedure for processing plant and soil samples described by Smith and

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  • DIFFERENTIAL BENEFITS OF ROCK PHOSPHATE (RP) BY

     · TOMATO (LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM MILL.) PLANT AS AFFECTED BY NITROGEN FORMS AND SOIL TYPES Gweyi-Onyango JP1 Günter N2 and V Römheld2 Joseph Gweyi-Onyango Corresponding author email josephonyango2002 yahoo 1Department of Agricultural Science and Technology School of Agriculture and

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  • Frontiers Long Term Amendment with Fresh and

     · The soil amendment with organic wastes represents a way to increase the soil fertility and the organic carbon (C) stored in the agro-ecosystems. Among the organic waste materials produced by agricultural and industrial activities olive mill wastes derived from the olive oil extraction process may represent a suitable soil amendment. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of fresh

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  • Paper Mill Sludge Disposal on Soils Effects on the Yield

    A greenhouse investigation to evaluate the effects on plant growth of incorporation of high rates (2.5 or 10 by weight of soil) of paper mill sludge material from several primary and secondary treatment processes was conducted.

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  • Paper Mill Sludge Disposal on Soils Effects on the Yield

    A greenhouse investigation to evaluate the effects on plant growth of incorporation of high rates (2.5 or 10 by weight of soil) of paper mill sludge material from several primary and secondary treatment processes was conducted.

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  • Land Application of Pulp Mill Lime Mud UGA Cooperative

     · Lime mud is a by-product produced in pulp mills as part of the process that turns wood chips into pulp for paper. The pulp mill cooks wood chips with sodium hydroxide to extract the wood fiber used to make paper from the lignin that binds the wood together. During this process sodium hydroxide is converted to sodium carbonate. The pulp mill than adds calcium oxide also known as quicklime to

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  • Native Michigan plants stimulate soil microbial species

    Native Michigan plants stimulate soil microbial species changes and PAH remediation at a legacy steel mill. (PAH) contamination from a former steel mill in Michigan. Soil was amended with 10 (v/v) compost and 5 (v/v) poultry litter. This study supports the notion that a dynamic interplay between the soil bacteria and native plant

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  • Soil Phosphorus Fractionation as Affected by Paper Mill

     · Industrial by-products such as paper mill biosolids (PBs) have been used as fertilizers and amendments in agriculture for many decades. However their content of plant essential nutrients including phosphorus (P) varies largely with sources and availability of these nutrients once applied to soil still remains unknown.

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  • A Simple Roller-Mill Grinding Procedure for Plant and Soil

     · Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 21 . Taylor Francis Online Web of Science ® Google Scholar The objectives of the research are to assess a modification to the simple roller-mill procedure for processing plant and soil samples described by Smith and

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  • Temporal characterisation of soil-plant natural recovery

     · The plant-soil interphase is related to fire severity and post-fire time. • Fire severity affects ecosystem recovery in the short term. • Plant recovery promotes soil biochemical recovery in the mid term. • Soil properties recover in the long term after fire (21 years). • The plant-soil window for natural recovery in semiarid areas is

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