Using cannery wastes on forage cropland
AuthorWilliam N. Helphinstine
Hilgardia 30(9):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v030n09p6. September 1976.
Wet solid wastes from fruit and vegetable canneries were incorporated into soil used for forage production without producing toxic levels of nitrate in alfalfa But toxic levels did occur in weeds.
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