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Ivica KISIĆ 1, Ferdo BAŠIĆ 1, Vladislav BRKIĆ 2, Sanja MESIĆ 2, Milan MESIĆ 1, Boris VERONEK 2, Željka ZGORELEC 1
1 University of Zagreb, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of General Agronomy,
Svetošimunska 25, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
2 INA-NAFTAPLIN, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
An open access article from Agriculturae Conspectus Scientifi cus, Vol. 72 (2007) No. 1 (69-74).
Incidents endanger natural resources, primarily soil and water, and may, depending
on their severity, jeopardize for a certain length of time the intended use of the land
on which the incident occurred, that is, rule out the possibility of its use for plant or
In the last two decades, the staff members of the Faculty of Agriculture Department of
General Agronomy participated in the number of studies dealing with the evaluation
of the extent of contamination of soil on which an oil incident occurred and drew up
studies and plans for remediation of such soils. Th e paper presents the results of threeyear-
long research on growing winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), winter barley
(Hordeum vulgare L.) and soybean (Glycine hyspida L.) in pots under diff erent degrees
of soil contamination by oil. Research involved monitoring of changes in the soil
chemical complex (pH, changes in plant available phosphorus and potassium, content
of organic matter); also monitoring of number of plants, achieved yields and studying
chemical changes in plant material caused by diff erent degrees of soil contamination.
Key words: crops; oil contaminated solid; soil changes; yield
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