Subject: Agriculture | carboniferous waste coal mining sludge | heavy metals in sludge | S | fertilization | carboniferous waste coal mining sludge; humus; heavy metals in sludge; fertilization | humus
The multifuncional role and importance of organic matter in soil is widely known. It is also known that the organic matter in soil is subjected to microbiological-biochemical processes of transformation, which includes synthesis of humus as well as it’s decomposition -m... View more
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