Long-term impact of wastewater irrigation and nutrient rates II. Nutrient balance, nitrate leaching and soil properties under peri-urban cropping systems

@article{Lal2015LongtermIO,
  title={Long-term impact of wastewater irrigation and nutrient rates II. Nutrient balance, nitrate leaching and soil properties under peri-urban cropping systems},
  author={K. Lal and P. Minhas and R. Yadav},
  journal={Agricultural Water Management},
  year={2015},
  volume={156},
  pages={110-117}
}
Since irrigation with under-treated wastewater is growing in many underdeveloped countries, its regulation should follow more efficient and less polluting approach. Therefore, the nutrient balances and soil properties were monitored in an 8-year experiment where the food grain (FGPS, paddy–wheat), fodder (FPS, sorghum-Egyptian clover) and vegetable (VPS, gourds/okra-cabbage/cauliflower) and agroforestry (AFS, poplar–paddy–wheat) production systems were irrigated either with sewage water (SW… Expand
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