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Agrochemical properties of slime dust from cement works.


, : Agrochemical properties of slime dust from cement works.. Vestn. sel'sk. Nauki. 8: 5, 62-4

Slime dust is obtained from the filters of a cement works and is used in plant protection and nutrition. It contains 0.2% N, 0.1% P2O2 and 15.4% K2O plus a large number of microelements. Pot and field experiments on the nutrition of several field crops are described. One application of the dust to fruit trees killed the third and fourth generations of the tent caterpillar within 2 days. Codling moth was more resistant but treated pupae did not develop into moths.

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