Cangzhou Normal University, Hebei 061001, China
China is one of the largest agricultural countries in the world. In order to ensure the healthy growth and food safety of crops, we need to pay attention to the heavy metal pollution of crop soil and water. Cadmium pollution of crops occurs from time to time, which has seriously affected people’s food safety and the country’s crop export. Therefore, it is very important to study the impact of cadmium pollution on crops and to make clear the control methods of cadmium pollution.
Cadmium pollution, Heavy metal pollution, Crops, Pollution prevention
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