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Reversed Effects of Phosphate Fertilizer on Reducing Phytoavailability of Cadmium in Mine Tailing Affected Soil
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Reversed Effects of Phosphate Fertilizer on Reducing Phytoavailability of Cadmium in Mine Tailing Affected Soil
Hong, Chang-Oh; Chung, Doug-Young; Ha, Byeoung-Yeun; Kim, Pil-Joo;
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 Abstract
To reduce effectively cadmium (Cd) phytoavailability by phosphate in mine tailing affected soil, fused and super phosphate (FSP), a main phosphate fertilizer in South Korea, was selected as phosphate source and then applied at the rates of 0, 78, 390, and 780 . FSP did not decrease Cd extractability and radish Cd uptake, but increased significantly. The effect of Cd supplement and soil negativity increase through FSP application was not significant. Soil pH decreased markedly with increasing FSP application, which increased significantly soil Cd extractability and radish Cd uptake. As a result, phosphate fertilizer for reducing Cd phtyoavailability in heavy metals contaminated soil should be carefully selected as alkaline type.
 Keywords
Cadmium;phosphate;fused and super phosphate;radish;
 Language
English
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