Donald Johnson wrote:It seem that most of the threads here revolve around making minerals biologically available to food producing plants.
I'm curious about doing something somewhat opposite first.
I need a list of things that absorb, render insoluble, or otherwise remove toxic contaminants, or over-abundant minerals, mainly heavy metals like lead, murcury, arsenic, zinc, cobalt, chromium, nickel, iron and copper.
Plants that could do this, withstand high acidity and process sulphates would be extremely useful for abandoned mine runoff and soil decontamination...
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