Impact of slurry fertilization on nutrient leaching and on the abundance of antibiotic resistance genes in agricultural soil

Mailiis Tampere
Present thesis studies the impacts of slurry fertilization on nutrient leaching and on the efficiency of using activated carbon (AC) as a measure in its reduction. In addition research assesses the cattle slurry as a source of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) entering grassland soil. It was hypothesised that N and K leaching depends on fertilizer type, N rate used and sward type. Also it was assumed that the use of AC reduces N and K...
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