Cyanide-contaminated soil can be treated with agro-waste made from banana, pineapple, and watermelon

(Natural News) Cassava is a versatile crop. Aside from eating it whole, it can be processed into flour and made into various food products. The environmental impact of cassava production, however, is a growing concern. In particular, the presence of cyanide in its wastewaters. In a study, researchers have discovered a way to remove this…

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