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Foodstuff Production on Farmstead Contaminated by Radionuclides. Recommendations

Foodstuff Production on Farmstead Contaminated by Radionuclides. Recommendations

by Dr. I. Bogdevitch, BRISSA Minsk, Belarus, 27 pages.
Language:
Russian
Category:
Leaflets

The brochure is intended for the rural inhabitants having personal plots and farmstead on the territory contaminated with radionuclides after Chernobyl accident. In the brochure we described in simple way the balanced fertilization of different varieties of potatoes and vegetables as well as perennial grasses on meadows and pastures for increasing the yield and for reduction of radionuclide concentration in foodstuff (potato, vegetables, milk and meat) produced on personal plots. It is well known that K-fertilizer has a leading role in inhibitory effect of fertilizers on radionuclides (137Cs and 90Sr) consumption by agricultural plants. Presently up to 50% of total foodstuff in Belarus is produced on personal plots and it is consumed on 90% by rural inhabitants. Mostly large cooperative farms and processing enterprises of public sector supply foodstuff for urban consumers.

 

 

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