Toxicity degradation of waste soil from a chlor-alkali factory byAzolla pinnata Lam

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Cultures ofAzolla pinnata Lam., grown in various mixtures of soil plus industrial waste from a chlor-alkali factory for 30 to 60 days, resulted in the addition of significant amounts of nitrogen and organic carbon to the growing medium. A considerable decrease in the alkaline pH of the waste/soil was also recorded. On transplantation of rice seedlings into… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02327262

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@article{Nanda2006ToxicityDO, title={Toxicity degradation of waste soil from a chlor-alkali factory byAzolla pinnata Lam}, author={Dawne Nanda and Bhupendra Mishra and B. N. Misra}, journal={Plant and Soil}, year={2006}, volume={116}, pages={103-106} }