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Research on the possibility of recultivating spoil heaps resulting from the preparation of nonferrous metals



Research on the possibility of recultivating spoil heaps resulting from the preparation of nonferrous metals



Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Pedologie si Agrochimie 43: 44-56



In field and pot trials, wastes from industrial processes at (a) Deva, (b) Gura Braza and (c) Tarnita were incorporated into soils and perennial ryegrass and cocksfoot were grown with a range of N,P,K and FYM rates. Using (a) and (b), highest DM yields were obtained with 8-10 cm soil over the top of the waste or 10 t FYM + 180 kg N + 40 kg P2O5 + 150 kg K2O and with (c) using 50% waste + 50% chernozem soil from Fundulea.

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