Tuesday, March 10

How to remediate lead soils

So if you live on the peninsula, lead's likely to show up in backyard chicken eggs, on your leafy greens, and maybe in root crops, but not so much in fruit trees.
Samantha Langley-Turnbaugh, soil scientist from of USM's Department of Environmental Science, [discusses] using plants to mitigate the problem of lead and heavy metals in soils destined (hopefully) to grow food. She will discuss her experiences with phytoremediation, via PPM.
Tonight at Zero Station.

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