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PEC 2016, 3(7): 99-112 Back to browse issues page
Investigating of heavy metals concentration Vineyard soils in the agricultural ecosystems of Malayer
Issa Solgi *, Mousa Solgi
e.solgi@yahoo.com , e.solgi@yahoo.com
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Heavy metal pollution in soil is one of the major environmental problems throughout the world. Since metals uptaken by plants and fruits are transferred to humans, this problem is more serious in agricultural and garden soil. The object of the present study was to investigate and assess heavy metals in vineyards soil of Malayer plains. Random sampling system was used in this study. Totally, 25 soil samples were collected from the depth of 0-20 cm. Soil samples were analyzed by HR-CS AAS with flame method. The mean concentrations of Copper, Lead, and Zin in the soil samples were 7.36, 6.91, and 54 mg/kg respectively which were lower than the world average and earth crust for these metals. The results showed that positive and significant correlation between Cu - Zn, Cu - Pb, Zn - Pb and pH – EC. It seems that in addition to geology and parent materials, chemical fertilizers and animal manure are the sources of metals to vineyrads soil. In addition, copper fungicides have not played any role in the increase of the concentration of copper with regard to the application of sulphur as fungicide. At present these heavy metals are serious risk for these vineyard soils.

Keywords: Soil pollution, Source, Metals, Vitis vinifera.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/05/14 | Accepted: 2016/05/14 | Published: 2016/05/14
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Solgi I, Solgi M. Investigating of heavy metals concentration Vineyard soils in the agricultural ecosystems of Malayer. PEC. 2016; 3 (7) :99-112
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