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Experiment using organic fertilizer and microbial community to support the growth ofÂ Tectona grandis L.f in the cyanide contaminated-soil has been conducted in gold tailingÂ pond Cikotok. Microbes used in this experiment were mixed of cyanide degradingbacteria,Nitrogen fixing-bacteria, and Phosphat solubilizing-bacteria. The results showÂ that the microbes given in the Tectona grandis L.f plantation was significantly supportingÂ the growth of the plants and reduced cyanide from the contaminated soil, but did notÂ influence the microbe population of the soil.
Key word: Phytoremediation, Cyanide, Tectona grandis L.f.
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