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The use of lime mud waste for amelioration of Air Sugihan Histosols

Menara Perkebunan 60(4): 105-109

The use of lime mud waste for amelioration of Air Sugihan Histosols

In pot trials in Sep. 1990 to Jan. 1991, robusta coffee seedlings growing in a Histosol (42.2% organic C, pH 4.2 and CEC 67.6 meq/100 g) were given lime mud (paper factory waste), agricultural lime or zeolite at rates of 0.5, 1.0 or 2.0 times meq exchangeable Al. There were no significant differences in height or DW of 8.5-month-old coffee seedlings given lime mud or lime. Zeolite produced significantly smaller plants.

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