Impact of organic and inorganic amendments on arsenic accumulation by rice genotypes under paddy soil conditions: A pilot-scale investigation to assess health risk.

Journal of Hazardous Materials
Muhammad Mahroz HussainJörg Rinklebe

Abstract

In this study, we investigated the distinct effects of organic (farmyard manure (FYM), cow dung (CD), biogas slurry (BGS), sugarcane bagasse (SCB)) and inorganic (gypsum and lignite) amendments on arsenic (As) accumulation by two rice genotypes, Kainat (fine) and Basmati-385 (coarse), under As stress. Results showed that shoot As concentration was ~2-time greater in Kainat compared to Basmati-385 (3.1-28 vs. 1.7-16 mg kg-1 DW, respectively), with the minimum shoot As content observed with CD and SCB. In contrast to gypsum and lignite, grain As concentration was significantly reduced with CD and SCB for Kainat (0.29 and 0.24 mg kg-1 DW) and Basmati-385 (0.04 and 0.09 mg kg-1 DW). Data indicated that the CD and SCB also improved chlorophyll a and b contents, reduced lipid peroxidation and hydrogen peroxide production in both rice genotypes. Significantly, the CD and SCB decreased grain As concentration below the FAO safe As limit in rice grain (0.2 mg kg-1 DW), especially in coarse rice genotype (Basmati-385), resulting in negligible As-induced human health risk. This study highlights the significance of amendments and rice genotypes controlling As accumulation in rice grain, which should be considered prior to As remediation pro...Continue Reading

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