Assessing the efficacy of dredged materials from Lake Panasoffkee, Florida: implication to environment and agriculture. Part 2: pasture establishment and forage productivity.

@article{Sigua2004AssessingTE,
  title={Assessing the efficacy of dredged materials from Lake Panasoffkee, Florida: implication to environment and agriculture. Part 2: pasture establishment and forage productivity.},
  author={Gilbert C. Sigua and Mike L Holtkamp and Samuel W. Coleman},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2004},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={394-9}
}
BACKGROUND, AIMS AND SCOPE Current dredged material disposal alternatives have several limitations. Options for dealing with dredged materials include leaving them alone, capping them with clean sediments, placing them in confined facilities, disposing of them at upland sites, treating them chemically, or using them for wetlands creation or other beneficial uses The ability to reuse lake-dredge materials (LDM) for agricultural purposes is important because it reduces the need for offshore… CONTINUE READING
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