Persistence of antibiotics such as macrolides, tiamulin and salinomycin in soil.

@article{Schlsener2006PersistenceOA,
  title={Persistence of antibiotics such as macrolides, tiamulin and salinomycin in soil.},
  author={Michael P. Schl{\"u}sener and Kai Bester},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2006},
  volume={143 3},
  pages={
          565-71
        }
}
The extensive use of veterinary drugs in agriculture leads to contamination of manure. If this manure is used as fertiliser, soil may be exposed to the respective drugs. Additionally soil exposure may stem from contaminated sewage sludge that is used on some agricultural land as fertiliser. This study focuses on the fate of antibiotics in soil. We present a 120-day degradation experiment of six commonly used antibiotics: erythromycin, roxithromycin oleandomycin, tylosin, salinomycin and… CONTINUE READING

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