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The
GOST R 53381-2009

Group L15

OCS 65.080

Date of introduction 2010-07-01

The
The goals and principles of standardization in the Russian Federation are established, and the rules for the application of the national standards of the Russian Federation - "Standardization in the Russian Federation: Basic Provisions"

About the standard

1 DEVELOPED by the State Scientific Institution "All-Russian Research, Design and Technological Institute of Organic Fertilizers and Peat" of the Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the State Scientific Institution "All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Agricultural Chemistry named after DNPryanishnikov" of the Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, State scientific institution "All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Veterinary Sanitation, Hygiene and Ecology" of the Russian Academy of agricultural science

2 INCLUDED by the Technical Committee for the Standardization of TC 25 " Soil and Soil Quality"

3 APPROVED AND ENABLED

4 INTRODUCED FOR THE FIRST TIME

Information on changes to this standard is published in the annually published information index "National Standards", and the text of changes and amendments is published in the monthly information indexes "National Standards". In case of revision (replacement) or cancellation of this standard, the relevant notice will be published in the monthly published information index "National Standards". The relevant information, notification and texts are also posted in the public information system - on the official website of the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology on the Internet

1 area of ​​use

The
This standard applies to multicomponent nutrient soils intended for use in plant growing, horticulture, floriculture, forestry and urban households, in personal plots to improve soil fertility, yield, crop production quality, landscaping, landscaping, including recreational ones.

2 Normative references

The
This standard uses normative references to the following standards:

Fertilizer organomineral "Biogum". Technical specifications

Soil. Determination of mobile compounds of manganese by the method of Peive and Rinkis in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of mobile compounds of copper and cobalt by the method of Krupsky and Alexandrova in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of mobile compounds of copper by the method of Peive and Rinkis in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of mobile manganese compounds by the method of Krupsky and Alexandrova in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of mobile compounds of zinc by the method of Krupsky and Alexandrova in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of mobile cobalt compounds by the method of Peive and Rinkis in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of mobile boron compounds by the Berger and Truog method in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of mobile compounds of molybdenum using the Grigg method in the modification of CINAO

Peat low degree of decomposition. Technical specifications

Packaging. Marking indicating the way of handling goods

Peat for the production of nutrient soils. Technical specifications

State system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements. Requirements for the number of packaged goods in packages of any kind in their production, packaging, sale and import

Occupational safety standards system. Noise. General security requirements

Occupational safety standards system. Fire safety. General requirements

Occupational safety standards system. General sanitary and hygienic requirements for the air of the working area

Occupational safety standards system. Harmful substances. Classification and general security requirements

Occupational safety standards system. Vibration safety. General requirements

Occupational safety standards system. Agricultural engineering. Security Assessment Methods

Occupational safety standards system. Industrial equipment. General security requirements

Occupational safety standards system. Tractors and agricultural machinery. General security requirements

Occupational safety standards system. Agricultural machines, hinged and towed. General security requirements

Occupational safety standards system. Manufacturing processes. General security requirements

Occupational safety standards system. Works loading-unloading. General security requirements

Occupational safety standards system. Processes of moving goods at enterprises. General security requirements

Conservation of nature. Soil. General requirements for sampling

Conservation of nature. Soil. Methods for determining cation exchange capacity

Conservation of nature. Soil. Methods of selection and preparation of samples for chemical, bacteriological, helminthological analysis

Peat. Sampling methods

Peat. Method of preparation of composite samples

Peat. Acceptance rules

Flour of limestone (dolomitic). Technical specifications

Cargo marking

Chalk. Types, brands and basic specifications

Fertilizers. Terms and definitions

Dung is liquid. Veterinary-sanitary requirements for processing, storage, transportation and use

Soil. Determination of mobile compounds of phosphorus and potassium by the Chirikov method in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of mobile compounds of phosphorus and potassium by the method of Kirsanov in the modification of CINAO

Soil. Determination of hydrolytic acidity by the Kappen method in the CINAO modification

Soil. Methods for determination of specific electric conductivity, pH and dense residue of aqueous extract

Soil. Preparation of salt extract and determination of its pH by the CINAO method

Soil. Determination of nitrates by the CINAO method

Soil. Determination of exchangeable ammonium by the CINAO method

Organic Fertilizers. Method for determination of moisture and dry residue

Soil. Terms and definitions

Greenhouse primers. General requirements for analysis methods

Organic Fertilizers. Methods for determining organic matter

Note - When using this standard, it is advisable to check the effect of the link standards in the public information system - on the official website of the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology on the Internet or on the annually published informational index "National standards ", which was published as of January 1 of the current year, and on the corresponding monthly published information indexes published this year. If the reference standard is replaced (modified), then when using this standard should be guided by a replacement (modified) standard. If the reference standard is canceled without replacement, then the provision in which the reference is given to it is applied in the part not affecting this reference.

3 Terms and definitions

The
This standard uses terms for , .

4 Technical requirements

4.1 Nutrient soils must comply with the requirements of this standard, be developed according to the technological instruction approved in accordance with the established procedure, regulating the recipe and technological process of production, with observance of the requirements established by the regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation.

4.2 The content of toxic elements, pesticides, radionuclides in nutrient soils should not exceed the norms established by the regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation and listed in Table 1.
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Before the introduction of the relevant regulatory acts of the Russian Federation - regulatory documents of federal executive bodies [1] - [].

Table 1

Indicator name

Value

Mass concentration of impurities of toxic elements (gross content and mobile forms), including individual elements, mg / kg of dry matter, not more than:

Below or at the level of standards set by Rospotrebnadzor

Gross content

- Lead

130.0

- Cadmium

2.0

- mercury

2.1

- nickel

80.0

- arsenic

10.0

- zinc

220.0

- copper

132.0

Moving Shapes

- Lead

6.0

- zinc

23.0

- copper

3.0

- nickel

4.0

- chromium (III)

6.0

Mass concentration of residual amounts of pesticides in dry matter, including their individual species, mg / kg of dry matter, not more:

- HCH (the sum of isomers)

0.1

- DDT and its metabolites (total amounts)

0.1

Effective specific activity of natural radionuclides, Bq / kg of dry matter, not more than

300

Specific effective activity of technogenic radionuclides (ACs / 45 + ASr / 30), relative units, no more than

1

Mass concentration of benzo (a) pyrene, mg / kg of dry matter, no more than

0.02

Mass concentration chlorobiphenyls, mg / kg of dry matter, not more, including:

- polychlorobiphenyls

0.06

- pentachlorobiphenyls

0.1

- trichlorobiphenyls

0.1

Index of sanitary-and-show microorganisms, cells / g:

- coliforms

1-9

- enterobacteria

1-9

The presence of pathogenic and pathogenic microorganisms, kl / g, including enterobacteria (pathogenic serovariants of Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Proteus), enterococci (staphylococci, clostridia, bacilli, enteroviruses)

Not allowed

The presence of viable eggs and larvae of helminths, specimens / kg, including nematodes (ascarid, trichocephala, strongylitis, strongyloid), tremotode, cestode

Not allowed

Cysts of intestinal pathogenic protozoa, specimens / 100 g

Not allowed

Presence of larvae and pupae of synanthropic flies, specimen / kg

Not allowed

Determination of the content of toxic substances is carried out at least once a year.

If peat is used in the production of greenhouse soils, it is necessary to determine the content of benzo (a) pyrene, chlorinated biphenyls.

4.3 The quality of the nutrient soils must meet the requirements specified in Table 2.

Table 2

Indicator name

Value

Mass fraction of dry substance,%, not less than

25

The content of ballasted foreign mechanical inclusions,%, not more:

- Inclusion of stones and other foreign objects

more than 0.5 cm

Not allowed

less than 0.5 cm

5

Organic matter content,% to dry weight

-

Reaction medium, pH GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive grounds. Specifications -pH  GOST R 53381-2009 soils soils and soil nutrients Specifications

-

Capacity of cation exchange, mg-eq / 100 g, no less than

15

Total content of salts by specific electrical conductivity, mS / cm, no more than

3.0

Contents of batteries, mg / kg :

- nitrogen (NO GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive grounds. + NH  GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive soils. Specifications )

-

- phosphorus (P GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive soils. Specifications> About  GOST R 53381-2009 Soil and soil: nutrient soils. )

-

- potassium (K GOST R 53381-2009 Soil and soil. Nutrient soils. About)

-

The values ​​of the indicator are set by the manufacturer and indicates in the accompanying documents tah.

4.4 Technological lines of production, storage, application of nutrient soils must comply with the safety requirements of this standard and the manufacturer's documents (technological instruction and recipe) for specific names, with observance of the requirements established by the regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation.
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Prior to the introduction of relevant regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation - regulatory documents of federal executive bodies [6] - [14].

4.5 The production of nutrient soils includes: the preparation of components, their mixing, neutralization of acidity by liming, the introduction of compensating quantities of macro- and micro elements.

4.5.1 The composition of nutrient soils is determined by the presence of components, the content of macro- and microelements in them, the biological characteristics of the cultivated crops, the magnitude of the planned yield, taking into account the coefficients of the use of plant nutrients.

4.6 Requirements for raw materials

In the production of nutrient soils, various types of peat are used, well-cultivated soil, manure, litter, composts, wood waste (bark, small chips, sawdust), fallen leaves, river sand, clay, straw of various crops, etc.

4.6.1 Peat used for production of nutrient soils - by and .

4.6.2 Manure, litter, composts of any kind used in the production of nutrient soils must be disinfected by .

4.6.3 Field land (arable layer up to 15 cm) used in the production of nutrient soils, is withdrawn after harvesting grain, fodder, legumes.

It is forbidden to use soil from vegetables, potatoes in the year of cultivation and for the next three years due to the danger of transferring pests and diseases to the nutrient soil. Requirements for the quality of the field of land are shown in Table 3.

Table 3

Indicator name

Norm

Bulk density, g / cm GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils: Nutritive grounds - Specifications

1.1-1.5

Density of solid phase, g / cm GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive grounds.

2.6-2.7

Porosity,%

42-60

Acidity, pH GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive grounds. Specifications

4.0-6.0

4.6.4. The content of chemically polluting substances and sanitary-microbiological indicators of manure, manure, compost and field soil must meet the requirements established by the regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation and listed in Table 1.
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Prior to the introduction of relevant regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation - regulatory documents of the Federal Executive Authorities [1] - [].

4.6.5 Wood waste (bark and sawdust) and straw should correspond to the quality indicators specified in Table 4.

Table 4

Indicator name

Norm

bark

sawdust

straw

Bulk density, g / cm GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutrient soils. Specifications

0.2-0.4

0.16-0.2

0.2-0.3

Density of the solid phase, g / cm GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils: Nutrient soils - Specifications

1.4-1.6

1.9

2.0

Porosity,% of volume

80-90

85

84

Humidity,%

60-80

50-60

10-14

Ash content,%

10-20

15-10

4-6

Acidity, pH GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive grounds. Specifications

5.6-6.5

5.5-6.0

5.5-6.0

Organic matter,%

85-90

85-90

95

4.6.6 Mineral fertilizers and lime materials as components of nutrient soils must comply with regulatory requirements.

4.6.7 To neutralize the mixture of nutrient soil components, use chalk , dolomite flour - to .

Recommended lime dose GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils .Nutritive grounds. , kg / m  GOST R 53381-2009 Soil and soils .Nutritive grounds. Specifications , calculate by 1 , 3 hydrolytic acidity

GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive soils. Specifications , (1)

The
where GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive grounds. Specifications - hydrolytic acidity, meq / 100 g of a mixture of nutrient soil components

GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutrient soils. - bulk density of a mixture of nutrient soil components, g / cm  GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils: Nutritive grounds - Specifications > .

At pH GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive grounds. Specifications 6,5 the norm of calcium carbonate does not count.

4.6.8 Doses of applying macrofertilizers to adjust the content of nutrients in the nutrient soil to the optimum level are calculated depending on the level of supply of food, the content of organic matter and the cultivated crop [6].

4.6.9 Doses of microfertilizers in the preparation of nutrient soils are calculated according to [7].

5 Safety Requirements

5.1. Nutrient soils and ingredients used in the production of nutrient soils (peat of different species, well-cultivated garden soil, composts of various compositions, wood waste, fallen leaves, river sand, clay, manure, litter, straw of various crops, etc.) are not toxic products.

In terms of the degree of exposure to the human body, they are classified as substances of the 4th hazard class by .

According to the degree of biological contamination in accordance with the requirements [ ] nutrient soils should be classified as "clean soil": pathogenic bacteria (enterobacteria, enteroviruses, etc.), viable larva and helminth eggs, pupae and larvae of flies, cysts of intestinal protozoa - should be absent; index of sanitary-demonstration microorganisms (coliforms and enterococci) - 1-9 cells / g.

5.2 General sanitary and hygienic requirements for the air of the work area - by , [ ]. The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of the dust of raw materials components in the air of the working area should not exceed 6 mg / m GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutrient soils. Specifications> .

5.3 General Fire Safety Requirements - by . Recommended extinguishing agents: water, foam and powder fire extinguishers, asbestos bedspreads, dry sand.

5.4 General requirements for loading and unloading - by .

5.5 General requirements for manufacturing equipment for production processes, storage of nutrient soils - by , [ ], [ ]. The

5.6 The general sanitary and hygienic requirements for working conditions at workplaces must comply with safety standards - , , [ ]. < / span>

5.7 Personnel engaged in the technological process of producing nutrient soils must comply with the requirements - by ; ; ; ; .

5.8 The production facilities in which nutrient soils are prepared must be equipped with a forced-air ventilation system.

5.9 First-Aid Measures

If nutrient soil gets on the skin, the area should be rinsed with soap and water.

If the soil gets into the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water, consult a doctor if necessary.

In case of inhalation of nutrient soil - remove victim to fresh air, remove personal protective equipment.

If ingested, give the victim water, induce vomiting, then drink water with finely divided activated charcoal (5-6 tablets per glass of water), if necessary, consult a doctor or take the victim to a medical facility. >

5.10. Personnel engaged in the production of nutrient soils with the use of manure, litter, at the end of the growing season should be examined for helminth transport. [17]

5.11. In the production buildings there must be a first-aid kit for first aid.

6 Environmental protection requirements

6.1 General rules for the protection of the environment when using nutrient soils must comply with [ ] and requirements .

6.2 Storage of nutrient soils is carried out with reliable waterproofing, not allowing infiltration of substances polluting groundwater, soil, plant products, to protect groundwater from pollution.

The storage areas for nutrient soils should be equipped with lateral sides and grooves for excess moisture drainage. Excess moisture, slurry is taken to the existing drainage and sewage system or covered with sorbing materials (sawdust, peat), which after full saturation is returned to the site for fertilizer production.

7 Acceptance rules

7.1 Accept nutrient soils for and .

Nutrient soils take lots.

For the batch take any amount of nutrient soil, uniform in raw materials and in terms of quality, stored in one storage (storage area) and accompanied by a single quality document.

7.2 Each batch of nutrient soil must be accompanied by a quality document that contains:

- the name of the manufacturer, its requisites, logo or trademark;

- the name of the product with the designation of this standard;

- batch number;

- Net mass of lot;

- the date of manufacture (month, year);

- the number of seats in the party

- the date of the analysis, its results for the indicators specified in tables 1-2 of this standard;

- shipping date.

7.3 Each batch of nutrient soil is checked for compliance with the indices of Tables 1 and 2.

7.4 For testing, the nutrient soil from the storage sites is taken according to the requirements of 10.1.

8 Packing

8.1 In the production of nutrient soil, each lot is accompanied by a quality document compiled in accordance with requirements 7.2. As agreed with the consumer, nutrient soils can be released in loose form.

8.2 The consumer and shipping containers must ensure the safety of the product and its compliance with the requirements of this standard for the entire shelf life, subject to the conditions of transportation and storage.

The use of imported packaging and materials allowed in the established order is allowed.

8.3 The net weight of the product in one packaging unit must correspond to the nominal value indicated in the product labeling in the consumer packaging, subject to allowable deviations.

The limits of the permissible deviations of the net weight of the product in one packing unit from the nominal - by .

9 Marking

9.1 For each unit of packaging, the marking shall be printed by means of printing, containing:

- the name of the manufacturer, legal address, telephone, fax, e-mail address, logo or trademark of the manufacturer (if any);

- product name;

- name of the country of manufacture;

- purpose, scope (information about the main consumer properties)

- the way of application;

- Mass fraction of nutrients (composition)

- terms and conditions for safe storage, transportation, safe and efficient use, disposal

- production date;

- batch number;

- net weight, kg, or volume, l;

- hazard class (with decoding);

- designation of the normative document;

- information about conformity assessment (if necessary);

- product barcode (if available);

- the inscription "Before using, carefully read the instructions for use!".

9.2 For each shipping container, a label with the labeling containing:

- product name;

- name of the manufacturer, legal address, logo or trademark of the manufacturer (if any);

- name of the country of manufacture;

- assignment (information about the main consumer properties)

- the way of application;

- Mass fraction of nutrients (composition)

- terms and conditions for safe storage, transportation, use;

- retention period

- production date;

- batch number;

- hazard class

- designation normative document;

- the number of units of packages;

- the mass (volume) of the net package;

- the number of the packer.

Transport marking - by , with handling signs "Protect from moisture", "Protect from sunlight".

10 Methods of control

10.1 Nutrient soil sampling is carried out by , , .

10.2 Sampling for microbiological, helminthological analysis - by .

10.3 General requirements for analysis methods - by .

10.4 Determination of the mass fraction of moisture - by .

10.5 Determination of the mass fraction of organic matter - by .

10.6 Determination of acidity - by .

10.7 Determination of hydrolytic acidity - by .

10.8 Determination of cation exchange capacity - by .

10.9 Determination of the total content of salts by specific conductivity - by .

10.10 Determination of the mass fraction of batteries:

- nitrate - by ;

- exchange ammonium - by ;

- phosphorus - by ; ;

- potassium - by ; .

10.11 Determination of the content of toxic elements - by , , , GOST R 50685, GOST R 50686, , , [18] - [20].

10.12 Determination of the mass fraction of arsenic by [21].

10.13 Determination of pesticides - by [22] - [23], [34].

10.14 Determination of the content of benzapyrene - by [24] - [25].

10.15 Determining the content of polychlorinated biphenyls - by [ ].

10.16 Determination of the content of radioactive elements, determination of their effective activity - by [ ] - [31].

10.17 Definition of cysts of intestinal pathogenic protozoa - by [ ]; [ ].

10.18 Definition of larvae and pupae of synanthropic flies - to [ ]; [ ].

11 Transportation and storage

11.1 When storing and transporting nutrient soils, all precautions and precautions should be observed according to [ ] - [ ].

11.2 Transportation of nutrient soils is carried out by transport of all types in accordance with the rules of transportation of goods operating on this type of transport, ensuring the safety of products and containers.

11.3 When transporting nutrient soils, measures should be provided to protect the environment from contamination.

11.4 Nutrient soils are stored on sites that are not subject to flooding with thawed and groundwater, the effects of atmospheric precipitation. The storage areas for nutrient soils must be equipped with dwellings.

12 Application notes

12.1 Nutrient soils are used for all types of crops, in horticulture, floriculture, forestry, in the remediation of soils of dumps, rocks, landscaping and landscaping of urban, including recreational areas.

12.2 The shelf life of nutrient soils is not limited, provided that their characteristics comply with the standards established by this standard.

Appendix A (informative). Recommended doses of mineral fertilizers (NPK) in the production of nutrient soils

Appendix A
(informative)

Table A.1

The level of supply of nutrient soil macro-elements (NPK)

N

P GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and grounds. Soils are nutritious. Specification O  Soil and soil. Soils are nutritious. Specifications

K GOST R 53381-2009 Soil and soil. Nutrient soils. Specifications O

For growing cucumbers

Low

110-160

350-500

180-270

Normal

0-60

0-200

0-80

Increased

0

0

0

For growing tomatoes

Low

120-170

350-500

320-450

Normal

30-80

0-200

60-200

Increased

0

0

0-60

For growing salad

Low

40-120

350-500

100-130

Normal

0-40

0-200

0-40

Increased

0

0

0

Bibliography

[1]
from 19.11.1991

The list of maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) and approximately permissible concentrations (ODC) of chemicals in soil

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On the territory of the Russian Federation there are and. - Note of the database manufacturer.

[2]

Sanitary-epidemiological requirements for soil quality

[3]

Hygienic standards. ODC of heavy metals and arsenic in soils. (Supplement No. 1 to the list of MPCs and ODC-SanPiN 6229-91)

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On the territory of the Russian Federation there are and. - Note of the database manufacturer.

[4]

Radiation safety standards (NRB-99)

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On the territory of the Russian Federation are in force. - Note of the database manufacturer.

[5]

Hygienic requirements for the safety of agrochemicals

[6] Recommendations for the application of fertilizers for vegetable crops in sheltered ground. - Moscow: CINAO, 1987

[7] Recommendations for the use of microfertilizers for obtaining a planned crop of high quality vegetables in sheltered soil. - Moscow: CINAO, 1991

[8] . - Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation, 20.12.95 N 521

[9]

Hygienic requirements for the organization of technological processes, production equipment and working tools

[10]

Hygienic requirements for the production of pesticides and agrochemicals

[11]

Hygienic requirements for storage, use and transportation of pesticides and agrochemicals

[12] OST 70.7.2-82

Testing of agricultural machinery. Machines for applying solid organic fertilizers. Program and test methods

[13] . Approved by the Deputy Minister of Health of the USSR on June 26, 1991 N 5791-91

[14] Veterinary and sanitary rules for preparing manure, litter and sewage as organic fertilizers for infectious and invasive diseases of animals and poultry. - Department of Veterinary Medicine, Ministry of Agriculture of Russia, approved. Letter No. 3-7-2 / 1027 dd. 04.08.97

[15]

Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of harmful substances in the air of the working area

[16]

Hygienic requirements for the microclimate of industrial premises

[17] Methodological guidelines for helminthological research of environmental objects and sanitary measures to protect against contamination by eggs of helminthes and to neutralize from them sewage, soil, vegetables, berries, household items. Ministry of Health of the USSR MU N 1440-76 - M .: 1976

[18] Guidelines for the determination of heavy metals in soils of farmland and crop production. - M .: CINAO, 1992

[19] Guidelines for the determination of heavy metals in hothouse soil and vegetable products: - in the "Collection of methods for determining heavy metals in soils, hothouse soils and crop production." - Moscow: 1998

[20] Guidelines for the determination of mobile forms of trace elements in greenhouse soils. - Moscow: CINAO, 1985

[21] Guidelines for the determination of arsenic in soils using the photometric method. - M .: 1993

[22] Methodical instructions of the Ministry of Health of the USSR on the determination of micro-quantities of pesticides in food, feed and the environment, Part 1-XIII, 1971-1972. (Rules of the Ministry of Health of the USSR No. 2051 of July 15, 1997)

[23] Guidelines for the determination of organochlorine pesticides in water, food, feed and tobacco products by chromatography in a thin layer (approved by the Deputy Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the USSR from 28.01.80, N 2142-80) < br>

[24] Guidelines for sampling from environmental objects and their preparation for PAH analysis, 1972

[25] Method for determination of benzo (a) pyrene in soil by high-performance liquid chromatography with a fluorescent detector. N PNDF - 14.2.70-96

[26]

Guidelines. Mass fraction of the sum of polychlorobiphenyl isomers in soil samples. Procedure for performing gas-liquid chromatography measurements

[27]

Basic Sanitary Rules for Ensuring Radiation Safety (OSPORB-99)

[28] The procedure for measuring the activity of radionuclides on a scintillation gamma spectrometer. GP VNIIFTRI, 1996

[29] OST 10 070-95

Soil. Method of determination GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutritive grounds. Specifications Sr in farmland soils

[30] OST 10 071-95

Soil. Method of determination GOST R 53381-2009 Soils and soils. Nutrient soils. Specifications Cs

[31] Method for measuring the activity of beta-emitting radionuclides. GP VNIIFTRI, 1996

[32]

Sanitary-parasitological research methods

[33] . MU 852-70. Appendix N 7

[34] Methodical developments edited by BI Antonov and others - "Laboratory research in veterinary medicine: chemical-toxicological methods." Directory. - Moscow: Agropromizdat, 1989

[35] . MU N 2293-81

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