Sonja Kosuta

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The use of copper (Cu)-treated containers is common horticultural practice, though the movement of this Cu to soil and water remains unexplored. Therefore, the fate and quantity of Cu migrating from the fabric of 10 in-ground Cu(OH)(2)-treated root control baskets was studied in the field. After 3 months, 29% of the initial Cu remained on the basket fabric,(More)
The City of Montreal, Canada, evaluated the environmental impact and usefulness of in-ground copper (Cu)-treated baskets in controlling root growth of hardwood trees in nursery culture. Using baskets planted with 5-yr-old Norway maple (Acer platanoides L.) trees, the amount and temporal pattern of Cu release from the basket surface into soil was determined(More)
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