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Evaluation of Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) Impact on Soil Chemical Properties and Weed Cover in Awka–Rain Forest Zone of Nigeria
Canadian Journal of Agriculture and Crops
A factorial experiment fitted into a randomized complete block design was used to test the impact of POME on some soil chemical parameters and weed cover at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka Teaching and Research Farm. POME levels of 8000l/ha,6000l/ha,4000l/ha and 0l/h(control) were applied on the plots after which three cultivars of cowpea were planted(Dan Kano, Bornu local and Sokoto local). During the course of the work, increasing the level of POME application increased the soil pH. Atdoi:10.20448/803.4.2.93.100 fatcat:qr3xwcksmrcuxi73chris2wwjm