Re: Re:Contaminated soil.......
Interesting - now we will begin to build a body of
folk-data about what plants will grow in contaminated
soil - along the same lines as to what weeds growing
in a field tell about the nutrients in that soil (or
lack of nutrients). We already have some
folk-evidence that point towards plants that are
effacious on certain contaminants - it's a shame that
we'll need to build this body of information, but I
believe we, those who till the land, will HAVE to be
the ones to do it.
I'll put it on my calendar for Wednesday next. You?
--- "Libby J. Goldstein" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Friends,
> > Key to all of this will be knowing what cocktail
> of toxins pollutes
> > each
> > particular stretch of Katrina flooded land. The
> > bio-chemical work on
> > identifying what will remain as the floods recede
> is pretty daunting.
> Well, we already know that EPA is not going to give
> anyone that
> information. They haven't even been testing for
> petrochemicals. So is
> there anything we or folk that we know can do about
> getting the
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