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Effect of fertilizers and sorbents applied to the soil on heavy metal transfer from the soil

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http://www.ejpau.media.pl/volume12/issue2/art-17.html
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  • Plant Production Research Centre - Agroecology Research Institute in Michalovce, Spitalska 1273, 071 01 Michalovce, Slovenska Republika
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