The Investigation of Some Productivity Properties in Irrigated Lands with Waste WaterJournal: COMU Journal of Agriculture Faculty (Vol.2, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2014-08-05
Authors : Murat Kudal; Nuray Mücella Müftüoğlu;
Page : 77-81
Keywords : Waste water; Soil fertility;
In this study; in the town of Denizli Akköy some of the areas irrigated with sewage water were to determine soil properties. Soil acidity of soil samples, water–soluble salts, carbonates, organic matter, soil texture, total nitrogen, organic carbon, available phosphorus and potassium were analyzed. At the end of the study was determined that; in areas exposed to the waste water decreased soil reaction, and but water soluble salts and carbonate in the soil increased. Amount of organic matter Increased but the total nitrogen values decreased. This situation will indicate that the activity of organisms in the soil prevent by certain substances, which with waste water in the soil added. Increasing the amount of organic carbon and C / N ratio increased again and this shows that soil organisms are negative affected. In the context of phosphorus containing cleaning agents can be caused presence of phosphorus value.
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