I would like to know if any of you have already done mycoremediation trials on cigarettes butts? ...
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I would like to know if any of you have already done mycoremediation trials on cigarettes butts? And if yes which species and substrate have you used? What was your end-result and how long did it take? Cheers, Audrey
Mycoremediation is typically fungi based technology to remove toxins in the land(specifically soil).
Mushrooms could be the best use case for Cigarette butts. other than this compost tea, specific fungi type can be used.