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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by DeepGreenLawn, Jul 19, 2008.
What green plants? All green plants including turf or certain types?
Some plants used for phytoremediation are:
· Alfalfa (symbiotic with hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria)
· Arabidopsis (carries a bacterial gene that transforms mercury into a gaseous state)
· Bamboo family (accumulates silica in it's stalk and nitrogen as crude protein in it's leaves)
· Bladder campion (accumulates zinc and copper)
· Brassica juncea (Indian mustard greens) (accumulates selenium, sulfur, lead, chromium, cadmi um, nickel, zinc, and copper)
· Buxaceae (boxwood) and Euphorbiaceae (a succulent) (accumulates nickel)
· Compositae family (symbiotic with Arthrobacter bacteria, accumulates cesium and strontium)
· Ordinary tomato and alpine pennycress (accumulates lead, zinc and cadmium)
· Poplar (used in the absorption of the pesticide, atrazine)
you really do want your head to explode
TG, DGL is going to be teaching us soon
I had coffee coming out of my nose when I read what you said at the bottom, I could actually see it happen, his brains all over the fire house