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Effect of organic waste amendments on zinc adsorption by two soils



Effect of organic waste amendments on zinc adsorption by two soils



Soil Science 164(3): 197-205



Two soils (fine and coarse textured) were amended with five organic wastes or humic acid. One adsorption experiment was carried out at 1 mmol/litre and at pH levels from 4 to 8. A second experiment was at pH 6 and 0 to 4 mmol/litre Zn. The greatest variation in Zn adsorption among organic treatments came at pH 6, with a lesser range for the fine textured soil (pH 5-6) and a wider range for the sandy soil (pH 5-7).

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