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asked on June 06, 2017 18:09
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This page mentions various studies and this activity lists plants that can be used, but what types of toxins does this apply to, and to what degree?
I dont know if this answers your question but I think it answers some of it . Years ago NASA did a study on plant absorbtion and filtration and they broke it down to each plant and how much they could accept and take out of the air and soil. I hope this link helps you
For some reason it didnt post my link
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