Thursday, September 27, 2018 by Ralph Flores
Researchers have found a process that restores soil that has been polluted with lead. The findings of the study, which was conducted by researchers from JECRC University in India, were published in the American Journal of Environmental Sciences.
The findings presented by the study suggest that L. scindicus can potentially be used to restore lead-polluted soil.
Find the full text of the study at this link.
Sharma P, Pandey S. PHYTOMANAGEMENT OF HEAVY METAL LEAD BY FODDER GRASS LASIURUS SCINDICUS IN POLLUTED SOIL AND WATER OF DRAVYAWATI RIVER. American Journal of Environmental Sciences. 2017;13(2):167–171. DOI: 10.3844/ajessp.2017.167.171