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Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater

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Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater. / Alinezhadian, A; Karim, A; Mohammadi, J; Nikookhah, F; Andersen, Mathias Neumann.

In: Salamat va Muhit, Vol. 6, No. 3, 2014, p. 365-377.

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Alinezhadian, A, Karim, A, Mohammadi, J, Nikookhah, F & Andersen, MN 2014, 'Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater', Salamat va Muhit, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 365-377.

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Alinezhadian, A., Karim, A., Mohammadi, J., Nikookhah, F., & Andersen, M. N. (2014). Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater. Salamat va Muhit, 6(3), 365-377.

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Alinezhadian A, Karim A, Mohammadi J, Nikookhah F, Andersen MN. 2014. Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater. Salamat va Muhit. 6(3):365-377.

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Alinezhadian, A et al. "Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater". Salamat va Muhit. 2014, 6(3). 365-377.

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Alinezhadian A, Karim A, Mohammadi J, Nikookhah F, Andersen MN. Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater. Salamat va Muhit. 2014;6(3):365-377.

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Alinezhadian, A ; Karim, A ; Mohammadi, J ; Nikookhah, F ; Andersen, Mathias Neumann. / Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater. In: Salamat va Muhit. 2014 ; Vol. 6, No. 3. pp. 365-377.

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title = "Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater",
abstract = "Background and Objectives: In arid and semi-arid regions, wastewater reuse has become an important element in agriculture. However, irrigation with this resource can be either beneficial or harmful, depending on the wastewater characteristics. The aim of this research was to investigate the soil bacterial and crops quality irrigated with treated wastewater.Material and Methods: This research was conducted on a maize field near the wastewater treatment plant in Shahr-e-kord in summer,2011. Plots were arranged in a randomized complete block design in 3 replications and 2 treatments, well water (W1) with fertilizer and effluent (W2). Results: At the end of growth season, soil samples were collected from depth of 0-5 and 5-15 cm and plant samples consisting of old and new leaves and seeds were collected for bacteriological analysis. According to bacteriological analysis, total number of positive lactose bacteria, total and fecal coliforms in depth of 0-5 cm was 42{\%} more than depth of 5-15 cm. In the case of old leaves, total number of coliform and fecal coliform was 88 and 40 MPN/100 mL respectively. Moreover, for new leaves, it was 38 and 2 MPN/100 ml respectively.Conclusion: According the results, number of indicator bacteria in soil is decreased (about 35{\%}) by passing time.",
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language = "English",
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RIS

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T1 - Study of soil bacterial and crop quality irrigated with treated municipal wastewater

AU - Alinezhadian, A

AU - Karim, A

AU - Mohammadi, J

AU - Nikookhah, F

AU - Andersen, Mathias Neumann

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - Background and Objectives: In arid and semi-arid regions, wastewater reuse has become an important element in agriculture. However, irrigation with this resource can be either beneficial or harmful, depending on the wastewater characteristics. The aim of this research was to investigate the soil bacterial and crops quality irrigated with treated wastewater.Material and Methods: This research was conducted on a maize field near the wastewater treatment plant in Shahr-e-kord in summer,2011. Plots were arranged in a randomized complete block design in 3 replications and 2 treatments, well water (W1) with fertilizer and effluent (W2). Results: At the end of growth season, soil samples were collected from depth of 0-5 and 5-15 cm and plant samples consisting of old and new leaves and seeds were collected for bacteriological analysis. According to bacteriological analysis, total number of positive lactose bacteria, total and fecal coliforms in depth of 0-5 cm was 42% more than depth of 5-15 cm. In the case of old leaves, total number of coliform and fecal coliform was 88 and 40 MPN/100 mL respectively. Moreover, for new leaves, it was 38 and 2 MPN/100 ml respectively.Conclusion: According the results, number of indicator bacteria in soil is decreased (about 35%) by passing time.

AB - Background and Objectives: In arid and semi-arid regions, wastewater reuse has become an important element in agriculture. However, irrigation with this resource can be either beneficial or harmful, depending on the wastewater characteristics. The aim of this research was to investigate the soil bacterial and crops quality irrigated with treated wastewater.Material and Methods: This research was conducted on a maize field near the wastewater treatment plant in Shahr-e-kord in summer,2011. Plots were arranged in a randomized complete block design in 3 replications and 2 treatments, well water (W1) with fertilizer and effluent (W2). Results: At the end of growth season, soil samples were collected from depth of 0-5 and 5-15 cm and plant samples consisting of old and new leaves and seeds were collected for bacteriological analysis. According to bacteriological analysis, total number of positive lactose bacteria, total and fecal coliforms in depth of 0-5 cm was 42% more than depth of 5-15 cm. In the case of old leaves, total number of coliform and fecal coliform was 88 and 40 MPN/100 mL respectively. Moreover, for new leaves, it was 38 and 2 MPN/100 ml respectively.Conclusion: According the results, number of indicator bacteria in soil is decreased (about 35%) by passing time.

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KW - soil pollution

KW - maize

KW - total coliform

KW - fecal coliform

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VL - 6

SP - 365

EP - 377

JO - Salamat va Muhit

JF - Salamat va Muhit

SN - 2008-2029

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