Re: [pfaf] Heavy Metals
- Your English is absolutely excellent! Green leaves and bursting buds to you. Anna----- Original Message -----From: DrakaikaTo: Lista pfafSent: Friday, April 01, 2005 1:37 AMSubject: Re: [pfaf] Heavy MetalsThanks Anna, some plants grow perfectly in my region (Buenos Aires- Argentina). Thank you very much
PS sorry for my english...
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- Andrea and others interested,Paul Stamets, located in the Pacific Northwest US, has been perfecting a method of using different fungi to clean up and convert toxic waste and has increadable results.Here's his contact info:Paul Stamentsemail: mycomedia@...
PO Box 7634 * Olympia, WA 98507 * USA
Phone: (800) 780 9126 / (360) 426 9292
Fax: (360) 426 9377
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm Pacific Time
Hope this info helps,
Warren Shelley (Washington State, USA) wildgrower@.../RedDragonFarm@...Drakaika <drakaika@...> wrote:
I�m Andrea, I live in Buenos Aires and I actively participate in a group who working to improve our neighborhood.
We have achieved that the Government give us a little house with a garden for our activities, but I worry about the location of �the perm cultural garden� because is near a railway, so maybe the soil is contaminated with heavy metals.
I�ve been searching plants able to clean the soil and I�ve found that the sunflower does but, is there any other plant able to clean the soil? Because we haven�t moved yet and by the time we do that, it�ll be late to sow sunflowers.
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