A Dr. Chaney at the USDA experimental station in Beltsville, MD is doing some
fascinating work with soil remediation through plants. He is working with many
plants, but in particular I have read about sunflowers, poplar trees and
hope this is a bit helpful,
> From: FranksFarm@aol.com
> Subject: Re: Tobacco Pesticides
> I hope to have my farm in central Kentucky certified organic.
> I don't have details on previous owners pestide use, schedules, amounts
> applied etc.
> Can some one far more familiar with typical tobacco pesticides etc. give me an
> idea of the most commonly used or recommended ones, and an estimate of how
> long it takes to break down in the field.
> are there any crops, shrubs etc. that can be used to speed up this breah down,
> and more quickly remediate such land for organically certified production?
> Thanks so much. frank
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