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Use of on-site mycorrhizal inoculum for plant establishment on abandoned mined lands
D. J Helm
|Series||A mining research contract report, [OFR -- 16-91], Open file report (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- OFR 91-16|
|Contributions||Carling, D. E, Twin Cities Research Center (United States. Bureau of Mines), University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Palmer Research Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 94 leaves|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Get this from a library. Use of on-site mycorrhizal inoculum for plant establishment on abandoned mined lands. [D J Helm; Donald Eugene Carling; Twin Cities Research Center (United States. Bureau of Mines); Palmer Research Center.]. Natural vegetation succession on abandoned coal-mined lands does not provide sufficient plant cover to control soil erosion in the short term.
Soil inoculum of mycorrhizal fungi from an adjacent undisturbed area was used to inoculate balsam poplar cuttings and alder seedlings to improve plant growth. Inoculation and production of container-grown red alder seedlings. Several factors contribute to the successful establishment of nitrogen- of inoculum per plant was used in.
In book: Survey of Industrial Chemistry, pp Use of on-site mycorrhizal inoculum for plant establishment on abandoned mined lands. Natural vegetation succession on abandoned coal. Use of on-site mycorrhizal inoculum for plant establishment on abandoned mined lands [microform] Proceedings of International Conference on Mycorrhizas in Sustainable Tropical Agriculture and Forest Ec The ecology of mycorrhizae / Michael F.
Allen; Mycorrhiza / Richard M. Jackson, Philip A. Mason. Microbial activity: Mycorrhizal hyphae and plant litter are one the most important sources of carbon, which helps in creation of a unique environment in the rhizospheric zone of plant by altering the microbial equilibrium; further helps survival of the other helpful microorganism (Asmelash et al.,Herman et al.,Rillig, ).
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However, the soil interactions of mycorrhizal fungi and buried metals associated with mining are not known. This study examined soil, plant tissue, and ectomycorrhizal (ECM) root colonization on eight-year-old hybrid (BC 1 F 3 and BC 2 F 3) and American chestnuts on a reclaimed coal mine in Ohio, maisonneuve-group.com by: 3.
CONTENTS Page Preface iv Format and Use of Bibliography viii Abstracts, - 1 Author Index General Index Appendix I, COAL AND THE ENVIRONMENT ABSTRACT SERIES: MINE DRAINAGE BIBLIOGRAPHY (Alphabetical listing of second update of Bibliography) Appendix II, COAL AND THE ENVIRONMENT ABSTRACT SERIES: BIBLIOGRAPHY ON.
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