I've heard of compiled lists of plant species and the different things they can absorb from the a...
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by warren |
June 26, 2018 21:04 |
I've heard of compiled lists of plant species and the different things they can absorb from the air or soil or water. Does anyone know of such a list?
Oh awesome, and via the EPA no less - "citizen's guide to phytoremediation" -- thanks Chris! @nshapiro @JackieJamesCreedon
Apologies for the noisy comments above, we've found an error and are trying to fix it! @tester
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