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Remediation role of humic acid on faba bean plants grown on sandy lead polluted soil

Remediation role of humic acid on faba bean plants grown on sandy lead polluted soil

Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 41(4): 1811-1826

Faba beans Giza 2 were grown in pots supplied with 0, 50 or 100 mg Pb/kg and 0, 750 or 1500 mg humic acid/kg. The dry matter yield of faba beans decreased, whereas the Pb content of the plants increased with increasing Pb rates. The adverse effects of Pb were attenuated with the application of humic acid. N concentration and uptake of faba beans decreased with increasing rates of Pb, and increased with increasing rates of humic acid.

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