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THE EFFECT OF BIOPREPARATIONS TREATMENT ON POPLAR AND WILLOW SAPLINGS SURVIVAL IN THE RECLAIMED MINELAND
The most appropriate for mineland reclamation is to search the bioenergy species, able to grow on marginal lands and give stable yields. Some species of the poplar (Populus L.) and willow (Salix L.) can be attributed ...
MISCANTHUS CULTIVATION IN ROCKS WITH DIFFERENT GEOLOGICAL AGE
Recently, more and more scientists give to Miscanthus the leading part on supplying cellulose-rich feedstock for energy production and the chemical industry. In particular the Miscanthus biomass ...
TESTING OF PHYTOMELIORATED DARK – GRAY SCHIST CLAY PROFILE WITH MISCANTHUS
Renewable energy, especially from perennial grasses, can significantly affect the processes of solving global problems in the field of energy security. Among the extensive list of plants that can be used as energy ...
SWITCHGRASS CULTIVATION ON RECLAIMED M INELAND W ITH SOME AMENDMENTS
Reclaimed mining rocks can be potential lands for biofuel feedstock production. Minelands are considered marginal because they often have low organic matter contents and adverse soil physical and chemical ...