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Mitigation of Cd accumulation in rice from Cd-contaminated paddy soil by foliar dressing of S and P.

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Summary of "Mitigation of Cd accumulation in rice from Cd-contaminated paddy soil by foliar dressing of S and P."

Cadmium (Cd)-contaminated paddy soil has become a global agricultural safety issue. The application of foliage dressing with mineral elements to alleviate Cd toxicity in rice might offer a cost-effective and practical strategy for safe food production. In this study, a pot experiment was conducted to optimize foliar composition and dosage. Field experiments in two consecutive rice seasons were performed to investigate the effectiveness and mechanisms of foliage dressing. Foliar spray of S, P, and a mixture of both were effective to reduce the Cd concentration in rice grain. The maximum decrease by leaf-grain translocation was achieved at 84%, and the maximum decrease of bio-concentration was 69% in the stem. The reduction of Cd concentration in rice decreased the direct damage to the photosynthetic system, and then increased the rice growth. Foliage dressing relieved the oxidative stress of Cd to rice by decreasing the MDA content, and increasing antioxidant enzyme activities. Foliar spray with S likely reduced Cd accumulation in rice by minimizing the production of reactive oxygen species, improving the activities of enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidant defense systems, and manipulating glutathione synthesis. The detoxification of foliar spray with P was originated from the decrease of Cd translocation and maintaining photosynthetic machinery. These results indicated that foliage dressing with S and P has great potential for the remediation of vast agricultural fields.

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Name: The Science of the total environment
ISSN: 1879-1026
Pages: 321-328

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