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Long-term plant persistence and restoration of acidic dredge soils with sewage sludge and lime
A. J. Palazzo
1983 by US Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory, Available from National Technical Information Service in [Hanover, N.H.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Antonio J. Palazzo ; prepared for Philadelphia District, Corps of Engineers.|
|Series||CRREL report -- 83-28.|
|Contributions||United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Philadelphia District.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 11,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
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Long-term plant persistence and restoration of acidic dredge soils with sewage sludge and lime. [Hanover, N.H.]: US Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory ; [Springfield, Va.]: [Available from National Technical Information.
Abstract. Little information is available on Long-term plant persistence and restoration of acidic dredge soils with sewage sludge and lime book plant persistence Long-term plant persistence and restoration of acidic dredge soils with sewage sludge and lime book invasion on amended pyritic soils.
This study evaluated the persistence of cool- and warm-season plants grown in two climatic zones on amended acidic soils (pH or less) disturbed by large earth-moving operations constructing or widening : A.
Palazzo, C. Lee, R. Price. Long-term plant persistence and restoration of acidic dredge soils with sewage sludge and lime. US Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Springfield, Va. DOI: /adaAuthor: Khampasith Thammathevo, Jian Guo Bao, Jean de la Paix Mupenzi, Bounthanome Singsuaisagna.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT FOR LAND APPLICATION OF SEWAGE SLUDGE VOLUME I Prepared for Office of Water U.S. Environmental Protection Agency M Street SW Washington, DC Prepared by Eastern Research Group Hartwell Avenue Lexington, MA November Both amendments had a significant effect on the pH of an acid soil and markedly reduced acid saturation as compared to the control.
12 Sewage sludge has been utilized for agriculture and. For long term applications, the quantity of heavy metals in sewage or sludge may limit how much we can apply to a given plot of land.
Unfortunately, we do not know nearly enough about plant tolerances and soil chemistry to be able to predict today just how many years we will be able to continue apply. A field study was conducted to determine the changes in soil's physical and chemical properties that resulted from application of liquid, anaerobically digested wastewater sludge to three soils.
Both lime and alum precipitation reactions produce sludge which must be handled in some manner. first of all, the choice must be made as to whether the sludge is to be disposed of or treated for re-use of the chemicals in it.
mg/l of lime produces mg/l of sludge with and underflow concentration of % or 2 tons of sludge solids per. Hue et al. applied Lac tree (Schleichera oleosa) wood and ricehusk biochars at 4% and 8% alone or in combination with lime at 4 and 8 cmol c kg-1 and compost Long-term plant persistence and restoration of acidic dredge soils with sewage sludge and lime book and % to two strongly acid soils (pHexchangeable Al cmol c kg-1) then planted with soybean cv Anjasmoro (a cultivar sensitive to Al) twice as the test plant.
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Can inhibit plant cell growth at very high concentrations. Tolerated by most crops at concentrations up to 5 mg/L; mobile in soil. Toxic to citrus at low doses - recommended limit is mg/L. Toxic to a number of crops at a few-tenths to a few mg/L in acidic soils.
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