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Título: Use of pulp mill inorganic wastes as alternative liming materials
Autor: Cabral, F.
Ribeiro, H.M.
Hilário, L.
Machado, L.
Vasconcelos, E.
Palavras-chave: pulp mill
waste
ash
dregs
grits
Data: 2008
Editora: Elsevier
Citação: "Bioresource Technology". ISSN 0960-8524. 99(17) (2008) 8294-8298
Resumo: A laboratory aerobic incubation study was performed during 18 weeks under controlled conditions to assess the effects of applying different doses of pulp mill inorganic wastes on the physical–chemical properties of an acid Dystric Cambissol. Three different inorganic wastes were tested – wood ash, dregs and grits, and an agriculture limestone was used as reference. Results showed that increasing the dose applied of the different inorganic wastes tested always led to significant raises of soil pH at different incubation times demonstrating that its use as alternative-liming materials could be a valid and less expensive option to the use of commercial agricultural limestone. Moreover, no immediate concerns seem to be expected related to soil exchangeable sodium (Na) content, at least for the doses needed to increase soil pH until the targeted value 6.5. Particularly for wood ash a pronounced increase on soil extractable potassium and phosphorous was observed, indicating that besides the liming effect this waste can contribute to improve soil fertility by supplying significant available amounts of these nutrients. Finally, metals do not seem to be a limiting factor for the application to land of these byproducts
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.5/6009
ISSN: 0960-8524
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