Dirk Henck’s family has been reed harvesters and roof thatchers in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern for three generations. In the winter months, Henck heads out to harvest the reeds, whatever the weather.
Some plants can suck up and store heavy metals. They can help clean up contaminated soil and extract valuable metals from the ground by a process of phytomining - all without a pickaxe or shovel.
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