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Evaluating Possibility of Heavy Metal Accumulation by Fly Ash Application in Rice Paddy Soils
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Evaluating Possibility of Heavy Metal Accumulation by Fly Ash Application in Rice Paddy Soils
Hong, Chang-Oh; Lee, Chang-Hoon; Lee, Hyup; Lee, Yong-Bok; Kim, Pil-Joo;
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 Abstract
Coal combustion fly ash, which has a high available Si content and alkaline pH, was selected as a potential source of soil amendment in this study. Two field experiments were carried out to evaluate the possibility of heavy metal accumulation in silt loam (Pyeongtaeg series) and loamy sand (Nagdong series) of rice (Oryza sativa) paddy soils to which 0, 40, 80, and of fly ash were added. Rice yields increased significantly with fly ash application and the highest rice yields were achieved following the addition of around fly ash. Fly ash increased the soil pH but did not increase heavy metal uptakes of rice and heavy metal concentration in soils, due to very low concentration of heavy metals in the selected fly ash. Labile fraction of heavy metals (exchangeable + acidic fraction) was scarcely contained and most of them were stable and unavailable form (oxidizable and residual fraction). In conclusion fly ash could be a good supplement to an inorganic soil amendments without heavy metal contamination in paddy soils.
 Keywords
Fly ash;Heavy metals;Heavy metal fraction;Paddy soil;
 Language
Korean
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