Research and analysis

The potential for the use of willow in buffer zones for reducing nitrate and atrazine pollution

The objective of this research thesis was to analyse the potential use of willow in buffer zones for reducing nitrate and atrazine pollution.

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The potential for the use of Willow in buffer zones for reducing nitrate and atrazine pollution

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Willow are tolerant of a wide range of climatic and edaphic factors and occur in all continents. The study examines the capacity of young willow cuttings to remove N03- from nutrient solutions in controlled environment conditions.

Published 1 May 2004