ICID and Irrigation Australia Conference , 2012-06-24

Title : ( Tolerance and sensitivity of the Adelaide parklands’ landscape plants to the Glenelg recycled wastewater )

Authors: Ali morad Hassanli , Fatemeh Kazemi ,

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Adelaide Parklands, with an area of 720 ha around the Adelaide city, has been irrigated with recycled water from Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant. Irrigation with Glenelg recycled water with application rate of 4.5ML/year ha would cause annual accumulation of 9 t/ha salts to the soil. This can cause salinity and toxicity for some parklands’ plants but there is a lack of adequate information specific to tolerance to salinity and toxicity of the vegetation in this landscape area. This paper identified the general physiological impacts of toxic levels of sodium, chloride, boron and salt, on some plants in the parklands and also outlined the management measures.

Keywords

, tolerance, sensitivity, landscape plant, Recycled
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@inproceedings{paperid:1038353,
author = {Ali Morad Hassanli and Kazemi, Fatemeh},
title = {Tolerance and sensitivity of the Adelaide parklands’ landscape plants to the Glenelg recycled wastewater},
booktitle = {ICID and Irrigation Australia Conference},
year = {2012},
location = {Adelaidei, AUSTRALIA},
keywords = {tolerance; sensitivity; landscape plant; Recycled Wastewater},
}

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%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Tolerance and sensitivity of the Adelaide parklands’ landscape plants to the Glenelg recycled wastewater
%A Ali Morad Hassanli
%A Kazemi, Fatemeh
%J ICID and Irrigation Australia Conference
%D 2012

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