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Vegetative response to topsoil versus alternative growth materials in a four-year old study in Kentucky


, : Vegetative response to topsoil versus alternative growth materials in a four-year old study in Kentucky. Proceedings 1983 Symposium on Surface Mining, Hydrology, Sedimentology and Reclamation: 497-501

Topsoil replacement was compared with different types and rates of organic mulching materials. Treatments consisted of two levels of hardwood bark mulch, hardwood bark mulch incorporated into the spoil, bark mulch with chicken manure, bark mulch with municipal sewage sludge, pelletized leaves, two rates of wood fiber mulch and four levels of topsoil (2, 3, 6, and 9 inches).


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