Influence of Increasing Doses of Herbal Cellulose Bleaching Lye on Crop Yields


The team of Russian scientists has developed a new technology of pulp production from herbaceous vegetation, which can significantly reduce the negative impact of pulp and paper industry on the environment and become a very significant support for the development of agriculture. Laboratory-model and field experiments were carried out under conditions of grey forest soil. 2–12 l/m2 single application of boring liquor increased the productivity of tested crops within two years, while higher doses (16–48 l/m2) showed a reliable decrease in the yield of both crops, however, in the second year the negative impact of increased doses significantly decreased.

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