Kellen B Carmo

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Landfill leachates are pollutants rich in ammoniacal N, Na, and K, but land application potentially offers an alternative for recycling these leachate nutrients. We applied landfill leachate corresponding to 0, 110, 220, 330, and 440 kg ha of total N, divided in three applications (July, August, and October 2008), onto the surface of an acidic (pH 5.5-6.0)(More)
Landfill leachates carry nutrients, especially N and K, which can be recycled in cropping systems. We applied doses of landfill leachate (0 [Control], 32.7, 65.4, 98.1, and 130.8 m ha) three times in 2008 and three times in 2009 on a clay Rhodic Kandiudult soil. In 2009, black oat ( L.) and corn ( L.) were cropped in succession and assessed for(More)
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