Characterisation of the rhizoremediation of petroleum-contaminated soil: effect of different influencing factors

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  title={Characterisation of the rhizoremediation of petroleum-contaminated soil: effect of different influencing factors},
  author={Jingchun Tang and Rugang Wang and Xiaowei Niu and Minghui Wang and Hyung Ro Chu and Qixing Zhou},
  year={2010}
}
Pilot experiments were conducted to analyse the effect of different environmental factors on the rhizoremedi- ation of petroleum-contaminated soil. Different plant species (cotton, ryegrass, tall fescue and alfalfa), the addition of fer- tilizer, different concentrations of total petroleum hydrocar- bons (TPH) in the soil, bioaugmentation with effective mi- crobial agents (EMA) and plant growth-promoting rhizobac- teria (PGPR) and remediation time were tested as influenc- ing factors during the… CONTINUE READING

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