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The humus status and biological activity of serozem-oasis soil in the zone of technogenic impact


, : The humus status and biological activity of serozem-oasis soil in the zone of technogenic impact. Agrokhimiya (10): 41-48, October

Results of studying the effect of industrial waste from a plant producing nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on the microbial population and humus status of irrigated serozem-oasis soils at different distances from the contamination source are presented. A negative effect of strong technogenic contamination on the growth of cotton plants and the composition of soil microcenoses in the soil was revealed. It was shown that industrial contamination affects the nature of labile humus substances and deteriorates their quality.

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