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Flue dusts as zinc fertilizers

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A. Lloyd Brown, University of California
Richard G. Burau, University of California
David R. Giger

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California Agriculture 31(8):16-17.

Published August 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: As pollution control becomes more and more important, many industrial plants must collect particulate matter from their stacks which would otherwise be distributed over the nearby landscape. Some of these materials, with or without further treatment, are being sold or potentially could be sold as micronutrient fertilizers, especially zinc fertilizer. The efficacy of these materials in comparison to zinc sulfate (ZnSO4), which is the most common zinc (Zn) fertilizer at the present time, was investigated.

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Flue dusts as zinc fertilizers

A. Lloyd Brown, Richard G. Burau, David R. Giger
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Flue dusts as zinc fertilizers

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Authors

A. Lloyd Brown, University of California
Richard G. Burau, University of California
David R. Giger

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(8):16-17.

Published August 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: As pollution control becomes more and more important, many industrial plants must collect particulate matter from their stacks which would otherwise be distributed over the nearby landscape. Some of these materials, with or without further treatment, are being sold or potentially could be sold as micronutrient fertilizers, especially zinc fertilizer. The efficacy of these materials in comparison to zinc sulfate (ZnSO4), which is the most common zinc (Zn) fertilizer at the present time, was investigated.

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