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This study showed that the lowest biomass production and chlorosis with Alkalinity+0 mM K treatment, which indicates that the absence of K+ partially intensified the effect of alkalinity on reducing the growth of Swiss chard.
The factors like temperature, pH, TDS, DO, EC, salinity, and alkalinity were determined in the field with the help of multi parameters Analyzer Model no C6030 For subsequent studies water samples were collected in 4-liter plastic cans.
Moreover, the results of total hardness, alkalinity, chloride (Cl), potassium (k) and sodium (Na) were ranged between 88-461 mg/L(mean: 232.
Various physicochemical factors such as water temperature, alkalinity, ammonia, free carbon dioxide, dissolved oxygen (DO), pH and total hardness have strong influence on fish health and their resistance against the pathogens (Welch, 1941; Snieszko, 1974; Plumb et al.
Lime-rich compost will add to the alkalinity of the soil - or you can buy lime additive to mix into the soil before testing again to ensure you haven't overdone it.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of different levels of alkalinity for the cultivation of marine shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei (Boone, 1931) in superintensive system in biofloc.
A recent investigation suggested that total alkalinity concentrations are increasing in streams in the eastern United States, and alkalinity increases in two Alabama rivers (the Alabama and the Tombigbee) were among the examples presented as evidence (Kaushal et al.
Besides the NaHCO3 not only provides the bicarbonate alkalinity but it also works as the pretreatment chemical.
6 For the most part, hydrangeas are pink or blue and their colour depends on the alkalinity of the soil.
The samples showed high concentration of alkalinity, chloride, total dissolved solids, magnesium and nitrate.
According to Van Wyk & Scarpa (1999), high alkalinity reduces the pH fluctuations resulting from respiration processes and carbon dioxide (C[O.