Coal fly ash utilization in agriculture: its potential benefits and risks

@article{Singh2010CoalFA,
  title={Coal fly ash utilization in agriculture: its potential benefits and risks},
  author={Rajeev Pratap Singh and Amit Kumar Gupta and Mahamd Hakimi Ibrahim and Atul Kumar Mittal},
  journal={Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={345-358}
}
Over the past few decades there has been avid interest in developing the strategies for the utilization of Fly ash (FA). Major foci have been on its agricultural application. It is often economical to use FA as a soil amendment. The potential of FA as a resource material in agriculture is due to its specific physical properties like’s texture, water holding capacity, bulk density, pH etc., and contains almost all the essential plant nutrients. It can be used as in soil that cannot substitute… CONTINUE READING

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