2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.agwat.2007.01.001
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Chemical effects on the soil–plant system in a secondary treated wastewater irrigated coffee plantation—A pilot field study in Brazil

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“…The increase of Ca 2+ in this layer, as result of wastewater irrigation, was reported by Leal et al (2009a). On the other hand, Herpin et al (2007) found an increase with depth, involving leaching, plant uptake and reaction of Ca 2+ with carbonates and sulfates, which were present in the applied effluent.…”
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“…The increase of Ca 2+ in this layer, as result of wastewater irrigation, was reported by Leal et al (2009a). On the other hand, Herpin et al (2007) found an increase with depth, involving leaching, plant uptake and reaction of Ca 2+ with carbonates and sulfates, which were present in the applied effluent.…”
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confidence: 86%
“…Although castor beans can absorb significant amounts of Ca 2+ when grown in the presence of sewage sludge (Chiaradia et al, 2009), this nutrient is usually present in large amounts in wastewater from households, reaching in some cases concentrations higher than Na + , as observed in other studies (Medeiros et al, 2007;Sandri et al, 2009). These high levels in wastewater may lead to accumulation, even under crop cultivation , as found by Herpin et al (2007).…”
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