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Use of phosphogypsum fortified with other selected essential elements as a soil amendment on low cation exchange soils



Use of phosphogypsum fortified with other selected essential elements as a soil amendment on low cation exchange soils



FIPR Publication ( 01-034-081): 84 pp.



Various aspects of the utilization of phosphogypsum in agriculture were studied. The material as it comes from the waste piles needs to be granulated or pelletized into a size, shape and hardness such that it can be mixed with other fertilizer materials or be spread with standard equipment. For this, a binder is necessary, preferably one which contains fertilizer nutrient elements normally needed.

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