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Fungi associated with the deterioration of in-can and painted walls of Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Uwana

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Abstract
This research was carried out on the physical and chemical properties of the soils fertility status of Nwamba reserve forest. Ten (10) locations were randomly selected within the forest reserve for the studying.  composite soil samples were collected at the depth of 0-15cm from each plot using a soil auger and subjected to laboratory analysis. The average concentration of the heavy metals and physiochemical parameters showed that the study area had the soil ph which was slightly acidic which ranges from 6.00 – 7.50. organic carbon was moderate which ranges from 2.1 – 4.0g/kg. moisture content had the highest values of (239.34%), phosphorous (7.11g/kg) sodium (5.52g/kg) exchangeable potassium ranges from (3.5 – 11.2cmol/kg). Forest has fairly fertile soil and hence, closure of the forest for exploitation with maximum protection to allow the forest to fully regenerate will enhance the fertility of the soil. ...
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