Liming to remediate Ni contaminated soils with diverse properties and a wide range of Ni concentration

Abstract

Historic emissions from a Ni refinery at Port Colborne, Ontario, caused Ni contamination of regional soils and raised concerns about potential Ni phytotoxicity. Previous tests revealed that if these soils were made alkaline and fertilized with Mn and other common nutrients as needed to maintain fertility of such alkaline soils, full remediation (prevention… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11104-007-9369-3

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@article{Siebielec2007LimingTR, title={Liming to remediate Ni contaminated soils with diverse properties and a wide range of Ni concentration}, author={Grzegorz Siebielec and Rufus L. Chaney and Urszula Kukier}, journal={Plant and Soil}, year={2007}, volume={299}, pages={117-130} }