Research on the uptake and use of trace elements from municipal sewage sludge by multiflora rose and Virginia fanpetals

Jacek Antonkiewicz , Barbara Kołodziej , Elżbieta Jolanta Bielińska , Katarzyna Gleń-Karolczyk

Abstract

The aim of the research was to assess the uptake and use of trace elements from municipal sewage sludge by the multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora Thunb. ex Murr) cultivar Jatar and Virginia fanpetals (Sida hermaphrodita Rusby). A six-year field experiment involved four levels of fertilization with sewage sludge at doses of 0, 10, 20, 40, 60 Mg DM ha-1. The sewage sludge was applied once before planting energy crops. Due to the low potassium content in the sewage sludge, supplemental potassium fertilization (100 kg K ha-1 in the form of 40% potash salt KCl) was applied once on all plots. Fertilization with nitrogen, phosphorus and with microelements was not performed during the crop cultivation. The research evaluated the size of yields, and the content, uptake and utilization of Al, Mn, Fe, Co and Mo from municipal sewage sludge by energy crops. It was established that increasing doses of sewage sludge significantly increased the yield of multiflora rose and Virginia fanpetals biomass. The yield of Virginia fanpetals was one and a half times higher than that of multiflora rose. Increasing doses of sewage sludge significantly increased the content and uptake of Al, Mn, Fe, Co and Mo by the tested species. It was established that Virginia fanpetals had a higher content of Al, Mn, Co and Mo compared to multiflora rose. Multiflora rose had a higher content of Fe compared to Virginia fanpetals. It was determined that Virginia fanpetals took up more trace elements compared to multiflora rose. The highest trace elements’ uptake with the yield of the energy crops was observed at the dose of 60 Mg DM ha-1. The highest phytoremediation of the studied trace elements was observed at the dose of 10 Mg DM ha-1. Based on the research, it was concluded that Virginia fanpetals utilized trace elements from municipal sewage sludge more efficiently than multiflora rose.
Author Jacek Antonkiewicz (FoAaE / DoAaECh)
Jacek Antonkiewicz,,
- Department of Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry
, Barbara Kołodziej
Barbara Kołodziej,,
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, Elżbieta Jolanta Bielińska
Elżbieta Jolanta Bielińska,,
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, Katarzyna Gleń-Karolczyk (FoAaE / DoAEP)
Katarzyna Gleń-Karolczyk,,
- Department of Agricultural Environment Protection
Journal seriesJournal of Elementology, ISSN 1644-2296, (N/A 40 pkt)
Issue year2019
Vol24
No3
Pages987-1005
Publication size in sheets0.9
Keywords in Englishmultiflora rose, Virginia fanpetals, Al, Mn, Fe, Co, Mo, phytoextraction, municipal sewage sludge
ASJC Classification1604 Inorganic Chemistry; 2303 Ecology; 2307 Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis; 2310 Pollution
DOIDOI:10.5601/jelem.2018.23.4.1757
URL http://jsite.uwm.edu.pl/index/getfile/1757
Internal identifierWRE/2019/47
Languageen angielski
LicenseJournal (articles only); author's original; Uznanie Autorstwa - Użycie Niekomercyjne - Na tych samych warunkach (CC-BY-NC-SA); after publication
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Publication indicators WoS Citations = 4; Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2018 = 0.638; WoS Impact Factor: 2018 = 0.733 (2) - 2018=0.785 (5)
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FinansowanieThis study was performed partially with the financial support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland, (grant No. NN310080336) and the research results carried out within the subject No. 3101 were financed from the subsidy for science granted by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
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