publication . Article . 2014

Growth of Populus and Salix Species under Compost Leachate Irrigation

Tooba Abedi; Shamim Moghaddami; Ebrahim Lashkar Bolouki;
Open Access Bulgarian
  • Published: 01 Dec 2014 Journal: Ecologia Balkanica (issn: 1314-0213, eissn: 1313-9940, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Union of Scientists in Bulgaria
Abstract
According to the known broad variation in remediation capacity, three plant species were used in the experiment: two fast growing poplar’s clones - Populus deltoides, Populus euramericana, and willows Salix alba. Populus and Salix cuttings were collected from the nursery of the Populus Research Center of Safrabasteh in the eastern part of Guilan province at north of Iran. The Populus clones were chosen because of their high biomass production capacity and willow- because it is native in Iran. The highest diameter growth rate was exhibited for all three plant species by the 1:1 treatment with an average of 0.26, 0.22 and 0.16 cm in eight months period for P. euro...
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free text keywords: Phytoremediation, growth parameters, fast growing, Compost leachate., Ecology, QH540-549.5
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