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Influence of Wheat Ash on the MCPA Immobilization in Agricultural Soils

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We thank the Water Research Institute in Bratislava, Slovakia, for its financial support. This work was also supported financially by VEGA 1/4036/07, 1/4361/07, and 1/1312/04.

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Hiller, E., Fargašová, A., Zemanová, L. et al. Influence of Wheat Ash on the MCPA Immobilization in Agricultural Soils. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 78, 345–348 (2007).

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  • Crop Residue
  • Soil Organic Carbon Content
  • MCPA
  • Sorption Coefficient
  • Calcium Chloride Solution