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Sperimentazione sull' impiego agricolo di fanghi di depurazione di origine vegetale [prove di concimazione mais, pomodoro e fagiolo nano]

By: Cervato, A.
Contributor(s): Silva, S [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 1980ISSN: 0590-049X.Other title: Experiments on the utilization in agriculture of waste sludges of vegetable origin [fertilization trial on maize, tomato, dwarf bean crops].Subject(s): Beans phaseolus vulgaris | Fertilizers | Maize | Pollution | Tomatoes lycopersicum esculentum | Zea mays AGROVOC | Soil fertility AGROVOCDDC classification: 81-685811|82-765130 In: Annali della Facolta di Agraria Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano v. 20, no. 1, p. 101-12082-765130Summary: Manuring tests were carried out, in pots, on maize, tomato and dwarf bean using sludges obtained from waste waters from a chemical industry which extracts active substances present in various herbaceous and arboreus species. The quantities of sludges used varied from 0 to 800 quintals/hectare. These tests allowed us to ascertain that the material used exerts a favourable fertilizing action which depends on its content of organic substances. This action is certainly longer than the cycle of the crop grown. The use of the above-mentioned sludges did not alter the balance of the soil-plant system, neither were any toxic symptoms observed in theCollection: AGRIS Collection
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Manuring tests were carried out, in pots, on maize, tomato and dwarf bean using sludges obtained from waste waters from a chemical industry which extracts active substances present in various herbaceous and arboreus species. The quantities of sludges used varied from 0 to 800 quintals/hectare. These tests allowed us to ascertain that the material used exerts a favourable fertilizing action which depends on its content of organic substances. This action is certainly longer than the cycle of the crop grown. The use of the above-mentioned sludges did not alter the balance of the soil-plant system, neither were any toxic symptoms observed in the

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