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The distribution of heavy metals in soil and metal uptake into vegetation, at Beaumont Leys sewage farm, Leicester. Part III. Analysis for cadmium, lead and zinc in vegetables grown in a soil contaminated with sewage sludge



The distribution of heavy metals in soil and metal uptake into vegetation, at Beaumont Leys sewage farm, Leicester. Part III. Analysis for cadmium, lead and zinc in vegetables grown in a soil contaminated with sewage sludge



Journal of the Association of Public Analysts 27(1): 13-33



Concn of cadmium, lead and zinc were determined in vegetables grown in topsoil previously contaminated with sewage sludge. Increased concn of zinc and cadmium were recorded in parsnips, but not in potatoes. Lead concn did not exceed the statutory limit for lead in food.

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