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Family horticulture as precursory activity for social developement : social structure and soil analysis for a sustainable production

Colaborador(es): Giuffré, Lidia L. Edaphology Chair Faculty of Agronomy University of Buenos Aires (UBA) | Ciarlo, Esteban Ariel. Edaphology Chair Faculty of Agronomy University of Buenos Aires (UBA) | Marbán, Liliana Graciela. Edaphology Chair Faculty of Agronomy University of Buenos Aires (UBA) | Ríos, Ruth Paola. Edaphology Chair Faculty of Agronomy University of Buenos Aires (UBA) | Vespasiano, Cecilia Luján. Edaphology Chair Faculty of Agronomy University of Buenos Aires (UBA) | Sammartino, Félix. Volunteer Students | Arata, L. Volunteer Students.
ISSN: 2219-6021.Tipo de material: Artículos y capítulos. Recurso electrónico.Tema(s): | URBAN HORTICULTURE | SOCIAL DEVELOPEMENT | URBAN HORTICULTURE | SOIL ANALYSIS | HEAVY METALS | Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea | LINK AL EDITOR: En: International Journal of Business and Social Science Vol.6, no.4 (2015), 9 p., tbls., grafs.Resumen: The objective of this work is to present orchard planning in peri-urban soils of Escobar (Buenos Aires province), in the framework of the Phase 3 Orchards Project of the NGO A Roof for my Country. Feminization of agriculture is displayed after studying growers profile. Growers are sensitized by the need to consider the quality of the soil, and the need for soil analysis of their small farms to detect limiting factors and the risk of pollutants entering the trophic chain. Routine analysis were performed to evaluate the productive conditions, and heavy metals Cd, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn were also analyzed, as they may be hazardous for human health. Soil analysis showed appropiate fertility conditions, but producers should take into account other limiting factors related to their precarious accomodation. Soil average and maximum contents of heavy metals resulted acceptable as stipulated by the argentine and international guidelines.
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The objective of this work is to present orchard planning in peri-urban soils of Escobar (Buenos Aires province), in the framework of the Phase 3 Orchards Project of the NGO A Roof for my Country. Feminization of agriculture is displayed after studying growers profile. Growers are sensitized by the need to consider the quality of the soil, and the need for soil analysis of their small farms to detect limiting factors and the risk of pollutants entering the trophic chain. Routine analysis were performed to evaluate the productive conditions, and heavy metals Cd, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn were also analyzed, as they may be hazardous for human health. Soil analysis showed appropiate fertility conditions, but producers should take into account other limiting factors related to their precarious accomodation. Soil average and maximum contents of heavy metals resulted acceptable as stipulated by the argentine and international guidelines.

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