Phytoremediation, which is the use of water-loving plants, proposed over 300 years ago has gained explicit acceptance as a more prolific approach towards the removal and uptake of organic and heavy metals pollutants. Metals gain access into water bodies through natural geochemical weathering of rocks and various indiscriminate human activities which includes waste generated from mining industries,...
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