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Phytoremediation of landfill leachate using PopulusAuthor(s): Jill A. Zalesny; Ronald S., Jr. Zalesny; Adam H. Wiese; Richard B. Hall; Bart Sexton
Source: In: Seventh biennial conference of the short rotation woody crops operations working group: short rotation woody crop production systems for wood products, bioenergy and environmental services; 2006 September 25-28; Pasco, WA: 52.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionProper genotype selection is required for successful phytoremediation. We selected eight Populus clones (NC13460, NC14018, DM115, NC14104, NC14106, DN5, NM2, NM6) of four genomic groups after three cycles of phyto-recurrent selection for a field trial that began June 2005 at the Oneida County Landfill in Rhinelander, WI, USA.
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CitationZalesny, Jill A.; Zalesny, Ronald S., Jr.; Wiese, Adam H.; Hall, Richard B.; Sexton, Bart. 2006. Phytoremediation of landfill leachate using Populus. In: Seventh biennial conference of the short rotation woody crops operations working group: short rotation woody crop production systems for wood products, bioenergy and environmental services; 2006 September 25-28; Pasco, WA: 52.
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