PHYTORECULTIVATION OF ROCK MASS DUMPS WITH APPLICATION OF PRODUCT OF UTILIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTES AS A FERTILIZER
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One of the types of man-made landscapes are dumps of spent rock mass, which, occupying significant areas of the earth's surface, change the terrain, are sources of secondary pollution of atmospheric air by dust and subsequent infiltration of weathering products into soil and groundwater. Among the existing ways of solving this problem is phytorecultivation of the surface of dumps as ecologically expedient. When the realization of this technology it is necessary to take into account the deficiency of nitrogen and sulfur compounds in the rock mass, which are necessary for the growth of plants. Therefore, it is recommended to use fertilizers or substances, which are available to them by composition to create primary conditions for the growth of plants.