Enhanced uptake of soil Pb and Zn by Indian mustard and winter wheat following combined soil application of elemental sulphur and EDTA

@article{Cui2004EnhancedUO,
  title={Enhanced uptake of soil Pb and Zn by Indian mustard and winter wheat following combined soil application of elemental sulphur and EDTA},
  author={Yan-shan Cui and Qingren Wang and Yiting Dong and Haifeng Li and Peter Christie},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={261},
  pages={181-188}
}
Enhancement of Pb and Zn uptake by Indian mustard (Brassica juncea (L.) Czern.) and winter wheat (Triticum aestivumL.) grown for 50 days in pots of contaminated soil was studied with application of elemental sulphur (S) and EDTA. Sulphur was added to the soil at 5 rates (0–160 mmol kg−1) before planting, and EDTA was added in solution at 4 rates (0–8 mmol kg−1) after 40 days of plant growth. Additional pots were established with the same rates of S and EDTA but without plants to monitor soil pH… CONTINUE READING

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