Bioecological properties of nutrient soils based on production waste as a factor in monitoring and controlling the production process of plants

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The article presents the results of research on the bioecological assessment of the effectiveness of the fertilizing properties of metallurgical waste in nutrient soils. As a result of studies to assess the toxic effects of water extracts from nutrient soils on the vital activity of daphnia (Daphnia magna), changes in the reaction of this test object were established depending on the composition of the components in the nutrient substrate. The degree of influence of the fertilizing effect of various types of nutrient soils based on soil, slag and zeolite on the germination, growth and development of seedlings of small-seeded vegetable culture of lettuce has been determined. Seed germination, plant growth and development are influenced by the water-physical properties of soils and the amount of available macroand microelements. The effectiveness of the use of visual and computer assessment of the color gamut of lettuce leaves for assessing the level of soil contamination by the intensity of nutrient consumption by plants is shown.

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Lydia P. Stepanova

Orel State Agrarian University named after N.V. Parakhin

Email: steplena66@mail.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-5568-1411

Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Professor of the Department of Agriculture, Agrochemistry and Agrosoil Science

69 Generala Rodina St, Oryol, 302019, Russian Federation

Ekaterina A. Korenkova

Orel State Agrarian University named after N.V. Parakhin

Email: korkatya@mail.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-9984-3803

Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Landscape Architecture

69 Generala Rodina St, Oryol, 302019, Russian Federation

Elena I. Stepanova

Orel State Agrarian University named after N.V. Parakhin

Email: steplena66@mail.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-1338-670X

Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Agroecology and Environmental Protection

69 Generala Rodina St, Oryol, 302019, Russian Federation

Elena V. Yakovleva

Orel State Agrarian University named after N.V. Parakhin

Author for correspondence.
Email: elenavalerevna79@yandex.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-3038-6808

Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Belarusian Railways in Production

69 Generala Rodina St, Oryol, 302019, Russian Federation

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