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The Resilience Hub & Portland Maine Permaculture Message Board › Using plants to remove cat box odors

Using plants to remove cat box odors

Greg M.
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Acton, ME
Post #: 394
Posting this link for anyone that might be interested in cleaning the air more efficiently with a house plant. Mark invented this phytoremediation system to eliminate the smell from a cat box. Organic molecules are absorbed into the potted plant's moist soil and are consumed by the microbes in that soil. There's a video and pic explaining how it works in the gallery tab.

This year I started evaluating Mark's lazy gardener system for some of my potted citrus. I'll post later on that as the evaluation continues if folks are interested. He's got some interesting concepts brewing.
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