Effects of repeated sewage sludge applications on plant accumulation of heavy metals

@inproceedings{Gardiner1995EffectsOR,
  title={Effects of repeated sewage sludge applications on plant accumulation of heavy metals},
  author={Duane T. Gardiner and Raymond W. Miller and B. Badamchian and A. S. Azzari and D. R. Sisson},
  year={1995}
}
  • Duane T. Gardiner, Raymond W. Miller, +2 authors D. R. Sisson
  • Published 1995
  • Biology
  • Abstract This study evaluated plant absorption of heavy metals from various sewage sludge treatments. Three anaerobically digested municipal sludges (Chicago, Salt Lake City, and Idaho Falls) were added to field plots of the calcareous Millville soil (Typic Haploxeroll) and planted to ‘Larker’ spring barley ( Hordeum vulgare ) L.) and Swiss chard ( Beta vulgaris , L. var. ‘Cicla’). Each sludge was added yearly at 20 Mg ha −1 for 5 years; the Chicago sludge was also added once (the first year… CONTINUE READING

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