I need some help with a question. A farmer is growing lima beans and
may irrigate with water from a river that has a salt content to it. The
question is whether there are any upland plants that take up salt out of
the soil, to remedy a potential problem of irrigating with salt water.
This is on the East Coast- MidAtlantic area. Thanks in advance for any
tips or leads. I searched the archives and came up with zippo.
Janet Graham, Ecological Agronomist
302-678-4178 tel work
1203 College Park Dr. Suite 101
Dover, DE 19904
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