The Impact of Phosphogypsum on the Accumulation and Migration of Fluorine in Soils and Soil Solutions

Valentina Trigub, Stepan Poznyak


The results of the study of the impact of phosphogypsum on the accumulation and migration of fluorine in the southern chernozems of the North-West Black Sea coast area of Ukraine are presented herein. It has been found that the introduction of phosphogypsum as a chemical ameliorator of irrigated chernozems resulted in a fluorine increase both in the soils and in the soil (lysimetric) waters.

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