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Anthropogenic exercises as well as industrial enterprises and agricultural practices contribute considerably to the degradation and contamination of environment that considerably affects the soil.
The normal physical and chemical know-hows soil washing used for soil remediation render the land useless as a medium for plant growth, as they take away all biological activities.
Others are labour-intensive and have high maintenance value.
Phytoremediation, a cheaper and sustainable in situ remediation techniques was so thought of.
This book proposes enhanced solutions to issues of contamination and eventually convalescent sites and soils.
However, plants don't have the aptitude to degrade several soil waste matters, particularly the inorganic pollutant.
It's so imperative to require advantage of the degrading ability of soil microorganisms to assist various hyperacccumulator plants to remediate polluted soil.
This book focuses on phytoremediation techniques improved by microbial colonies.
Aransiola Sesan Abiodun is currently a PhD student at Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria.
Aransiola specialises in Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology.
He has over 35 publications in reputable International Journals including book chapters in his area.
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