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Effect of Sugarcane Filter Muds, Chemical and Biological Fertilizers on Absorption of Some Macro- and Micro-Elementsand Heavy Metals by Canola (Brassica napus L.)

H. Monjezi; M. R Moradi-Telavat; S. A. Siadat; A. Koochakzadeh; H. Hamdi;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2015 Journal: Tulīd va Farāvarī-i Maḥṣūlāt-i Zirā̒ī va Bāghī (issn: 2251-8517, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Isfahan University of Technology
Abstract
In order to evaluate the effect of sugarcane (Sacharum officinarum L.) filter muds and chemical and biological fertilizers application on macro- and micronutrient elements and some heavy metals (Pb and Cd) absorption by canola (Brassica napus L.) grains, a factorial experiment was conducted in 2012 in the Experimental Farm of Ramin (Mollasani) Agriculture and Natural Resources University of Khouzestan, Iran. A complete blocks design was used for the experiment with three replications. Different integrated treatments of filter muds and chemical fertilizers (A1: 100% filter muds, A2: 75% filter muds + 25% chemical fertilizers, A3: 50% filter muds + 50% chemical fe...
Subjects
free text keywords: Nitrogen, phosphorus, Cd, Pb, Sustainable Agriculture, Agriculture, S, Agriculture (General), S1-972
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