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Abstract: Macro-and micronutrients from dehydrated sewage sludge are important for the development of plants such as Acacia mangium in processes for recovering degraded areas. The abundance, diversity and species richness of phytophagous Hemiptera, tending ants and Sternorrhyncha predators on A. mangium plants fertilised with dehydrated sewage sludge in a degraded area, compared to trees which did not receive this fertiliser, were evaluated. The experiment was completely randomised, with two treatments (either with or w… Show more

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