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1. the heavy metals of concern to gardeners are lead, zinc, nickel, arsenic, copper and cadmium. These metals can be toxic to plants when they accumulate to high levels in the soil.<br>
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1. the heavy metals of concern to gardeners are lead, zinc, nickel, arsenic, copper and cadmium. These metals can be toxic to plants when they accumulate to high levels in the soil.<br><br>
 
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http://www.agnet.org/library/data/nc/nc136c/nc136c2.jpg<br><br>
http://www.agnet.org/library/data/nc/nc136c/nc136c2.jpg<br>
 
 
This is a test bed for phytoremediation, testing which plants can be used to remove heavy metals from the soil.<br>
 
This is a test bed for phytoremediation, testing which plants can be used to remove heavy metals from the soil.<br>
Source: http://www.agnet.org
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Source: http://www.agnet.org<br><br>

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1. the heavy metals of concern to gardeners are lead, zinc, nickel, arsenic, copper and cadmium. These metals can be toxic to plants when they accumulate to high levels in the soil.

nc136c2.jpg

This is a test bed for phytoremediation, testing which plants can be used to remove heavy metals from the soil.
Source: http://www.agnet.org