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QUESTION: inexpensive, accurate way to measure the amount of lead in soil in liters per million - 07 Apr 2007 Massachusetts, USA

After reading an article on Phytoremediation. I wanted to observe several plants to see if there is a difference in their ability to extract lead from the soil. Is there an inexpensive, accurate way to measure the amount of lead in soil in liters per million? If so, where could I find this product?

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ANSWER: 18 Jun 2007

Dear Nichole,

Thanks for your enquiry. Laboratory analysis is the only accurate way to test Lead in soil. I suggest you look up analysis laboratories in your phone book.

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Patrick Mugo Muraguri

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