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Bio cleaning soils, and re-using the metals  RSS feed

 
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oops, using phosphates will accidently bio clean the soils, lofting the radioactive elements.

also appears tabaco is an excellent bio- accumulator for heavies, because of the sticky leaves....


http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/12/so-about-that-glowing-cigarette/
 
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