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Effect of repeated applications of fluidized bed combustion residue to reclaimed surface mined pastures



Effect of repeated applications of fluidized bed combustion residue to reclaimed surface mined pastures



Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 1247-1248



A Festuca arundinacea/Lotus corniculatus sward on coal mine spoil reclaimed 6 years earlier was treated with 6760 kg fluidized bed combustion residue or 3380 kg dolomitic limestone/ha in 2 or more applications/year and the pastures rotationally grazed by 6 yearling Angus steers/treatment. Application of FBCR for 3 years increased herbage Ca, Fe, Zn, S and Cu and lowered herbage Mg and P compared with limestone.

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