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The systematic use of plants to treat environmental contamination. It is being investigated as a potential low-cost technology to help meet environmental regulations. For example, it has been discovered that young seedlings of Indian mustard (''Brassica juncea'') grown in aerated water are very effective at removing toxic metals from water.  
 
The systematic use of plants to treat environmental contamination. It is being investigated as a potential low-cost technology to help meet environmental regulations. For example, it has been discovered that young seedlings of Indian mustard (''Brassica juncea'') grown in aerated water are very effective at removing toxic metals from water.  
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[[Category: Agriculture]]
 
[[Category: Agriculture]]

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The systematic use of plants to treat environmental contamination. It is being investigated as a potential low-cost technology to help meet environmental regulations. For example, it has been discovered that young seedlings of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) grown in aerated water are very effective at removing toxic metals from water.

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