Fate of irrigation-water arsenic in rice soils of Bangladesh

@article{Khan2009FateOI,
  title={Fate of irrigation-water arsenic in rice soils of Bangladesh},
  author={Md. Asaduzzaman Khan and Md Rafiqul Islam and Golam M. Panaullah and John Malcolm Duxbury and Mohammad Jahiruddin and Richard H. Loeppert},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2009},
  volume={322},
  pages={263-277}
}
An experiment involving four soils and three irrigation-water As concentrations was conducted in undisturbed soil columns during 2004–2006, with Boro (winter dry-season, flood-irrigated rice, using As-contaminated water for irrigation), T. Aman (summer monsoon, rain-fed flooded rice), Boro, and T. Aman rice grown in sequence, to examine the fate of added As from irrigation water during flooded rice culture. The As content in the column leachate represented only 1.17–5.08% of the total applied… CONTINUE READING
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