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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (2019)

Effect of TWW irrigated soil properties on the survival of pathogens and fecal indicators and their potential to contaminate vegetable crops

Obayomi Aderemi, Olabiyi

Titre : Effect of TWW irrigated soil properties on the survival of pathogens and fecal indicators and their potential to contaminate vegetable crops

ההשפעה של תכונות מי קולחין המשקים קרקע על הישרדות פתוגנים ואינדיקטורים לצואה והפוטנציאל שלהם לזהם גידולי ירקות.

Auteur : Obayomi Aderemi, Olabiyi

Etablissement de soutenance : Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 2019

Résumé
"... My research aimed to : (i) Characterize the fate of indicators and pathogens in soil types differing in their particle size fractions (i.e., sand, silt and clay) under TWW irrigation ; (ii) Study the effect of different irrigation approaches, namely surface and subsurface drip irrigation, and the application of soil plastic mulch on indicators and pathogens in TWW irrigated soil and crops ; (iii) Track the source of fecal contamination in the soil and crops ; (iv) Explore the effect of irrigation, TWW barriers and soil types, on soil microbial diversity and community composition over time. I compared water qualities (TWW and PW), soil types (clay, loam and loamy-sand), soil treatments (drip irrigation, subsurface drip irrigation and plastic cover) and crops (cucumber and melon)...." — from the abstract.

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