Copper Impacts on Corn , Soil Extractability , and the Soil Bacterial Community

@inproceedings{Ippolito2010CopperIO,
  title={Copper Impacts on Corn , Soil Extractability , and the Soil Bacterial Community},
  author={James Anthony Ippolito and Tom Ducey and David D. Tarkalson},
  year={2010}
}
Dairies use CuSO4 footbaths to control hoof infections, with Cu accumulation in agricultural soils realized when spent footbaths are disposed of in waste lagoons and subsequently used for irrigation. We investigated the effect of Cu applications (up to 1000 mg kg) to a Xeric Haplocalcid (Declo series) and a Typic Calciaquoll (Logan series) on corn (Zea mays L.) growth and Cu concentration, soil total and diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid (DTPA)Yextractable Cu, and the soil bacterial community… CONTINUE READING
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