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By Bhamidimarri, Rao

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Lawsuits of the foreign convention held at Massey collage, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 26-27 may perhaps 1988

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Alternative waste treatment systems

Court cases of the foreign convention held at Massey college, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 26-27 might 1988

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3% [8, 9, 10]. Other reports have suggested that various factors can increase the toxicity of nitrate in feed. For instance, starved animals that have sudden access to abundant pasture are more susceptible to nitrate poisoning [11]. It has also been suggested that the degree of nitrate poisoning depends on the rate at which it is consumed, and animals can become adapted to nitrate in feed [12]. With regular monitoring of the pasture from irrigated areas and suitable management procedures, it should be possible to avoid nitrate toxicity problems.

Am. Leather Chem. , 1982, 77, 457–68. F. , Surface irrigation of pasture with treated sewage effluent. J. Agric. , 1978, 21, 427–34. , Bio-engineering properties of feedlot wastes. In Animal Wastes, ed. Taiganides, Applied Science Publishers, London, 1977, pp. 131–53. D. , Monitoring techniques for land application of effluents. In Land Treatment of Wastes Part 2. Water and Soil Misc. Publ. No. 70. National Water and Soil Conservation Authority, Wellington, New Zealand, 1984, pp. 387–408. Ryder Technical Department, Tasman Pulp and Paper Company Limited.

5m deep, were constructed on Hawkesbury Agricultural College land adjacent to the Water Board’s Richmond sewage treatment plant, located 50km north west of Sydney. The following macrophyte systems were evaluated: two control trenches without plants, one of which contained open water and the other gravel; a gravel filled trench planted with Schoenoplectus validus (bulrush); an open water lagoon stocked with Myriophyllum aguaticum (parrot feather); a gravel filled trench planted with Typha orientalis (cumbungi or cattail); and two systems consisting of alternating sections of gravel planted with Typha orientalis, open water and unplanted gravel.

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