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Anna Jama, Władysław Nowak
Uptaking of macronutrients from the soil covered with sewage sludge by willow (Salix viminalis L.) and its hybrids
Summary.

The aim of the study was to compare the content of macronutrients (ash, nitrogen, phosphorus) in various parts of willow (leaves, bark, wood) on the soil covered with sewage sludge. Field experiment was carried out at the Experimental Station Pawlowice on grey-brown soil. Trials were conducted according to two factors and the split-plot method. The following factors were investigated: I – various doses of sewage sludge: 75 t·ha-1 fresh mass of s.s. (14.3 t·ha-1 d.m.) and 150 t·ha-1 fresh mass (28.5 t·ha-1 d.m.) and II – clones of Salix viminalis. The results indicate that the biggest amount of macronutrients was observed in the leaves, lower in bark and the lowest in wood on the object with sewage sludge. Only one clone accumulates the biggest amounts of biogens – 1001.

 

Key words: clones, macronutrients, sewage sludge, willow
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For citation:

MLA Jama, Anna, and Władysław Nowak. "Pobieranie makroskładników z osadów ściekowych przez wierzbę krzewiastą (Salix viminalis L.) i jej mieszańce ." Nauka Przyr. Technol. 5.6 (2011): #123.
APA Anna Jama, Władysław Nowak (2011). Pobieranie makroskładników z osadów ściekowych przez wierzbę krzewiastą (Salix viminalis L.) i jej mieszańce . Nauka Przyr. Technol. 5 (6), #123
ISO 690 JAMA, Anna, NOWAK, Władysław. Pobieranie makroskładników z osadów ściekowych przez wierzbę krzewiastą (Salix viminalis L.) i jej mieszańce . Nauka Przyr. Technol., 2011, 5.6: #123.
Corresponding address:
Anna Jama
Szczegółowej Uprawy Roślin
Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy we Wrocławiu
pl. Grunwaldzki 24a
50-363 Wrocław
Poland
e-mail: jama.anna2@gmail.com
Accepted for print: 26.09.2011