ACCUMULATION OF 134CS IN THE PEPPER DEPENDING ON SOIL CHARACTERISTICS AND METHODS FOR REDUCTION OF THE TRANSFER OF RADIONUCLIDES FROM THE SOIL INTO THE VEGETATION PRODUCTION

2006, 7 (3)   p. 397-400

D STANEVA, I YORDANOVA, TZ BINEVA

Abstract

The particularities of the soil as sorbent, its complex composition and the differences in its properties impose the research of the accumulation of the The development of methods for reduction of the transfer of radionuclides from the soil into the vegetation production being of particular signifi cance for the implementation agricultural activities in conditions of radioactive pollution of the soil, the impact of potassium, calcium and EDTA or ethylenediaminetetraac etic acid over the accumulation of radio-caesium from the soil into the plants. As it is seen from the results presented, the input of potassium, calcium and EDTA in the Orthic Luvisols signifi cantly decreased the input of Сs-134 into the pepper plants.

Keywords

134cs, plants, transfer factor, accumulation

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