No excessive lead values found in gypsum-polluted soil

Slovenj Gradec, 14 June - A chemical analysis of soil treated with waste gypsum showed no excess values of heavy metals, the Agricultural Institute said in a report released on Tuesday. This comes three months after it was reported that farmers in the Koroška region had been misled to believe that the white matter sold to them was lime, widely used for soil neutralisation.

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