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Forest Thrives In Sludge Application TestsAuthor(s): Dale G. Brockway
Source: Natural Resources Register 8(6):8
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA six-year, state and federal research-demonstration project to recycle treated municipal wastewater sludge on forest lands has resulted in dramatic growth increase of trees, groundcover and wildlife populations.
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CitationBrockway, Dale G. 1988. Forest Thrives In Sludge Application Tests. Natural Resources Register 8(6):8.
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