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PhD candidate Karen Schwarz's research project is on the length of survival of enteric (intestinal) pathogens in cereal crops after the application of biosolids (sewage sludge).

Biosolids as fertiliser are applied to agricultural land in the Central Wheatbelt (eg. Moora) as a recycling program by the Water Corporation.

Photographer : David McClenaghan

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