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Response of corn to zinc and chromium in municipal wastes applied to soil



Response of corn to zinc and chromium in municipal wastes applied to soil



Journal of Environmental Quality 4(2): 170-174



Plant uptake of Zn contained in municipal wastes was much lower than that from equivalent rates of Zn as ZnSO4 at comparable soil pH levels. Plant availability of Zn in the wastes was not increased by incubation in soil for 18 months at 25C; crop recovery of Zn was <5%. Extractable Zn (0.5N HCl) in waste-treated soils increased with applied Zn but recovery of Zn by this extractant was not complete.

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