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Capacity of wastewater treatment of soil-plant system and influence of waste water on soil property

, : Capacity of wastewater treatment of soil-plant system and influence of waste water on soil property. Transactions 14th International Congress of Soil Science, Kyoto, Japan, August 1990, Volume IV: 204-209

The treatment of waste water by several soil-plant systems (soil-rice, soil-wheat, soil-grass) and its effect on the soil physical and chemical properties are discussed.

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