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Effect of the application of sewage sludge (II) Influence of sewage sludge compost on the growth and nutrient absorption by sharinbai (Raphiolepis umbellata Makino) and tobera (Pittosporum tobira Ait.) seedlings



Effect of the application of sewage sludge (II) Influence of sewage sludge compost on the growth and nutrient absorption by sharinbai (Raphiolepis umbellata Makino) and tobera (Pittosporum tobira Ait.) seedlings



Bulletin of the Ehime University Forest (20): 165-177



Potted seedlings were treated with 500, 1000 or 1500 g sewage sludge compost or 1, 2 or 3 g inorganic fertilizer per pot or grown in mixtures of sewage compost and soil in vol. ratios of 1:1, 1:2 or 1:3. Ht. growth was best in sharinbai treated with 500 or 1000 g compost, and in tobera treated with 1000 g compost.

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