Remediation of Lead Contaminated Paddy Field Using Ramie Plants Combined with Bioremediation Agents and Inorganic Fertilizer
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- Lead, phytoremediation, Rhizobium sp. I3, Ramie
Industrial waste containing heavy metals which used for wetland irrigation will affect the heavy metals content in the soil. The accumulation of heavy metals in the soil may result in reducing microbial activity, soil fertility, soil quality and heavy metals compounds in agricultural products. Agricultural products contaminated by heavy metals can influence the human health. The purpose of this study was to reducing the heavy metals content of Pb in paddy field by heavy metals. This research was conducted in a contaminated paddy field using factorial research and Completely Randomized Block Design consisting of 3 factors: P (Inorganic fertilizer), B (Bioremediation agents), T (Plant). Every treatment combination repeated 3 times. This study used a combination of Ramie with Rhizobium sp. I3 or manure as bioremediation agents to improve Pb uptake by plants then could decrease soil Pb. The results showed that the bioremediation agents s were able to increase Pb uptake by Ramie. Rhizobium sp. I3 gave the highest Pb uptake of 103.77 mg.kg-1 or 2 more times than control. The best treatment in decreasing soil heavy metals is with inorganic fertilizer, Rhizobium sp. I3 and Ramie (P1B1T1) with Pb soil 8.57 mg.kg-1 or 8.4 % than control and with inorganic fertilizer.
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TY - CONF AU - Sutami AU - R Rosariastuti AU - Purwanto PY - 2021 DA - 2021/08/12 TI - Remediation of Lead Contaminated Paddy Field Using Ramie Plants Combined with Bioremediation Agents and Inorganic Fertilizer BT - Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar and 12th Congress of Indonesian Society for Microbiology (ISISM 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 201 EP - 207 SN - 2468-5747 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/absr.k.210810.035 DO - 10.2991/absr.k.210810.035 ID - 2021 ER -