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Nutrient uptake and growth response of six wetland/riparian plant species receiving swine lagoon effluent
Author(s): R. K. Hubbard, J. M. Ruter, G. L. Newton and J. G. Davis
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Transactions of the Asae
Journal Link: http://www.asabe.org/pubs/trans.html
Article Topic(s): Nutrients,Stress,Water
Research Setting(s): Wetland
Species Referenced: Cephalanthus occidentalis (Common buttonbush),
AbstractDetermines the growth responses of six wetland species exposed to wastewater from a swine lagoon. All species tolerated the wastewater and responded with increased growth. Broad-leaved species like Cephelanthus occidentalis had the greatest growth response.
Suggested CitationR. K. Hubbard, J. M. Ruter, G. L. Newton and J. G. Davis. "Nutrient uptake and growth response of six wetland/riparian plant species receiving swine lagoon effluent." Transactions of the Asae 42.5 (1999): 1331-1341.
Article LinksISSN: 0001-2351