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Movement of Cr in submerged soil and growth of rice plant. 2. Effect of two different soils and the addition of Fe(II) on injury caused by Cr(VI)

, : Movement of Cr in submerged soil and growth of rice plant. 2. Effect of two different soils and the addition of Fe(II) on injury caused by Cr(VI). Journal of the Science of Soil and Manure, Japan 48(11-12): 457-465

In two submerged soils, the degree of injury of rice plants from Cr(VI) showed an approximate relationship to the different reduction rates of Cr(VI) in these soils. Almost no injury was caused by an application of 400 ppm of Cr(III). Plant injury was lessened by the application of Fe(II). The growth and yield generally recovered with the application of 3-5 times as much Fe(II) as Cr(VI).


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