The early performance of deciduous trees grown in acidic minespoil ameliorated with pulverized fuel ash
Land degrad. Rehab.
A field trial investigated the early performance of six tree species planted into an acidic minespoil ameliorated by ploughing or incorporation of 10 per cent by weight of pulverized fuel ash. Common alder, Italian alder and silver birch produced the greatest total shoot extensions for PFA-ameliorated minespoil for a period of time potentially beneficial for the establishment of the tree species. For the rate of PFA application studied, general salinity effects and cold-water-soluble boron both presented problems for successful tree growth.
Perkins, P.V. and Vann, A.R., "The early performance of deciduous trees grown in acidic minespoil ameliorated with pulverized fuel ash" (1995). Aspen Bibliography. Paper 1884.