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 Mycological bio-remediation - There be fungus amoung-gus... 
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Joined: Mon Nov 03, 2014 7:25 pm
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Post Mycological bio-remediation - There be fungus amoung-gus...
Very surprised not to see any mention of mycological bio-remediation or other mycological solutions to waste issues here, especially since fungi breakdown and metabolize hydrocarbons such as diesel or gasoline and other contaminants that resist or complicate bio-remediation as well as bio-concentrate many heavy metals, even some radioisotopes such as the cesium isotopes. Thought this might be right up our alley as it were..... anyway;

Recommend looking at a copy of Paul Stamets' text "Mycelium Running"

La Dena Che’ Stamets' Masters Thesis "Best Mycorestoration Practices for Habitat Restoration of Small Land Parcels" pdf is here...

Thu Nov 13, 2014 4:44 am
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Post Re: Mycological bio-remediation - There be fungus amoung-gus
Thanks Craig. We almost exclusively focus on BSF here, but I'm grateful for the post. Personally, I can't keep up with half of my BSF projects!


*I'm not an entomologist, and much of what I write about BSF is an educated guess.

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