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Degradation of coating material for chemical fertilizer in soils

, : Degradation of coating material for chemical fertilizer in soils. Japanese Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 66(3): 247-252

The degradation of coating resins from chemical fertilizer in soils was investigated. The results showed that: (1) the degradation ratio of alkyd resin was greater than that of polyethylene. Three months later, the former was 4.5% and the latter was < 0.5%.

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