Agricultural utilization of urban and industrial by-products: proceedings of a symposium sponsored by Divisions S-6 and S-7 of the Soil Science Society of America and A-5 of the American Society of Agronomy in Cincinnati, Ohio, 7-12 Nov. 1993
Douglas L. Karlen, R. J. Wright, Soil Science Society of America. Division S-6, Soil Science Society of America. Division S-7, American Society of Agronomy. Division A-5
American Society of Agronomy, 1995 - 295 страници
Social, Political, and educational factors involved in facilitating municipal waste utilizaion. United states environmental protection agency's roles in waste utilization: the need for partnership. Economic, scientific, and infrastructure basis for using municipal composts in agriculture. Strategies for encouraging the use for organic wastes in agriculture. Mineralogy of high calcium/sulfur-containing coal combustion by-products and their effect on soil surface sealing. Utilization of coal combustion by-products in agriculture and horticulture. Coal combustion by-product use on acid soil: effects on maize growth and soil pH and eletrical conductivity. Improved water and nutrient uptake from subsurface layers of gypsum-amended soils. Environmental consideraions in land application of by-product gypsum. The alkaline stabilization with accelerated drying process (N-viro): an advanced technology to convert sewage sludge into a soil product terry. Issues affecting application of noncomposted organic waste to agricultural land. Hindering hardpan reformation with cellulose waste. Revegetating bentonite mine spoils with sawmill by-products and gypsum. Application of municipal sewage sludge to forest and degraded land.
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Social Political and Educational Factors Involved
United States Environmental Protection Agencys Roles
Economic Scientific and Infrastructure Basis for Using
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acid soil agricultural utilization Agronomy bentonite biosolids bottom ash by-product gypsum C/N ratio calcium calcium sulfate CaSO4 CCBP’s chemical coal combustion by-products Compost types Source concentrations Concerns Location Investigators contain decreased ectomycorrhizae effects environmental farm farmers fertilizer FGD-BP’s Fluidized bed combustion Fly ash grown in unamended growth gypsum increased infiltration Investigators Soil series land application landfills leaching levels lime loam loblolly pine Location Investigators Soil maize manure materials megagrams metals mg kg municipal N-Viro Soil newsprint nutrient organic matter organic wastes oxidation Oxisols phosphogypsum plants grown potential poultry litter production reduced Results Concerns Location Ritchey root DMY runoff seedlings sewage sludge soil amendment soil mix soil pH Soil series Crops solid waste soluble specific RL spoil studies subsoil sulfate surface Table tion trace elements treatment trench unamended soil uptake USDA-ARS USEPA wood residue yard waste yield