Chemistry Journal of Moldova

DETOXIFICATION OF PESTICIDES POLLUTED SOIL BY ADSORBTION ON ACTIVATED CARBONS

Author(s):

V.M. Mukhin, Yu. Ya. Spiridonov, T.G. Lupascu


Field: Ecological chemistry
Type: Research paper
Issue: 2009 Volume 4, no.1
Pages: 72-74
Keywords:

pesticides, soil, activated carbon, detoxification.


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DOI:
dx.doi.org/10.19261/cjm.2009.04(1).10

Graphical Abstract:
 The paper emphasizes a very severe social-ecological problem, related to the contamination of soils by pesticides and fodder micotoxins. The authors suggest the utilization of a carbon adsorption based method of purification of soils contaminated with traces of pesticides. It is demonstrated that this method of soil rehabilitation leads to an 80% crop increase, allowing the production of environmentally clean plant products. The utilization of special activated carbons “Ptitsesorb” leads to a 30-40% decrease of necessary combined fodder in chickens breeding.

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