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Title: Accumulation of cadimum in arid Soils as affected by intensive phosphorus fertilization
Authors: Modaihsh, A.S.
Abdallah, A.E.
Mahjoub, M.O.
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Arid Soils & Research Rehabilitation: 15
Abstract: Amounts of p- fertilizer annually added to crops grown on soil of saudi arabia are enormously increased. The environmental hazard of these fertilizers owrldwide, however have become a great concern.
Description: Accumulation of haevay metals in soil has been given high concerny by many investigatores inasmuch as they are environmental hazards. Cadimum among those metal has been receiving much more attention due to its transfer to the food chain.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/6425
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