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|標題:||Amendments of Activated Carbon and Biosolid on the Growth and Cadmium Uptake of Soybean Grown in Potted Cd-Contaminated Soils||作者:||Chen, H.L.
|關鍵字:||Activated carbon;Biosolid;Cd;Soybean;sewage-sludge composts;rainbow pink;accumulation;solubility;chinensis;metals;zinc;edta;lead;pb||Project:||Water Air and Soil Pollution||期刊/報告no：:||Water Air and Soil Pollution, Volume 209, Issue 1-4, Page(s) 307-314.||摘要:||
Cadmium-contaminated soils can be re-used and also produce biomass energy if we plant soybeans or other biomass crops in the contaminated sites. In this study, two soils with pH values of 5.9 and 6.7 were artificially spiked to make their final total concentration as CK (about 1.0), 3.0, and 5.0 mg Cd kg(-1). Different amendments were mixed with these artificially Cd-contaminated soils to study the effect on the growth and Cd uptake of soybean, which include control (without amendment addition), powder-activated carbon (1%), and biosolids (sludge, 5%), respectively. Three kilograms of the treated soils was added into each pot and sowed 10 seeds of soybean (Leichardt species). The experiment was conducted in a 25A degrees C greenhouse and controlled the soil water contents in the levels of 50-70% water holding capacity during the experimental period. Plants were harvested after growing for 90 days, and their fresh weights, dry weights, and plant heights were determined and recorded. Compared with the lower pH soil (5.9), soybeans were higher and have higher fresh weights and dry weights when growing in the higher pH soil (6.7). For most of the treatments, the two amendments had no significant effects on the plant heights of soybeans. For 3.0 or 5.0 mg Cd kg(-1) soil, the application of biosolids has significant effect on increasing the fresh weights and dry weights of soybeans (p < 0.05). However, there were no specific effects of applying activated carbons on the fresh weights and dry weights of soybeans.
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