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Re: [permaculture-61] Bioremediaton, ideas?

From: Ashwani V.
Sent on: Friday, October 7, 2011 5:33 PM
Here's something I found useful.

Cheers,
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  Ashwani
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>Hi Permies,
>
> I meant to say, thank you for all of your great ideas about dirt, its
>amazing to have access to such a knowledge base. Some friends and I
>have been collaborating on setting up a garden for a church in Harlem,
>its part of an interfaith initiative between Union Theological
>Seminary, the Jewish Theological Seminary, local mosques, churches and
>synagogues. Our basic plan is to construct raised beds, but we're
>interested in doing some experimentation with bioremediation. I'm not
>sure to what extent the soil has been tested, I think its been tested
>for lead. The consensus opinion is that its contaminated. Anyone have
>ideas on bioremediation or manuals you use? Or any interest in running
>a brief tutorial session on bioremediation? Thanks for the help!
>Nathan
>
>
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