Scientists say there’s a tool to “scrub” the valley’s soil and it couldn’t be more natural: it’s the prickly pear cactus. The best “cleaners” were the Chilean cacti, which were tops at accumulating and vocalizing the selenium, producing the most fruit and tolerating the salt and boron.
ʻO kēlā hopena,ʻo ka hoʻohanaʻana i ka cactus i ka "maʻemaʻe" i ka lepo o selenium a me boron, hiki ke hoʻohanaʻia ma nā wahi'ē aʻe o ke ao!
ʻO Roger Pilon, Lunahooponopono
ʻO ka Planet Fixer Digest
- some soils contains too much minerals like selenieum
- some soils contains too much minerals like boron
- ʻo kekahi mauʻano lepo "paʻakai"
- ʻO kēia'āpana ka nui o ka selenium
- He nui nā boron i kēia holo
- He nui ka paʻakai i kēia holo
- this runoff is toxic to fish
- He mea make kēia holoʻana i nā manu migratory
- ʻO kēia hopena e pili ana i nā holoholona hihiu a puni
- e ulu i kēiaʻano kiko'ī o ka cactus: the Prickly Pear Cactus or ʻO Opuntia ficus-indica
- e hāpaiʻia ka cactus i ka selenium
- it will volatilize some of it
- e mālama i kekahi i loko o ka hua a me kaʻohi lau
- Puna Source - Hoʻomaʻemaʻeʻo Prickly Pear Cactus i ka Kaleponi Kale
- Nā'Ōlelo 'ē aʻe - Ke hoʻohanaʻana i ka Cactus i mea hana Bioremediation
- Kālā USDA - Paʻa i ka Pono About Cactus A me ka Decontamination