University of York's Centre for Novel Agricultural Products lead researcher Dr Liz Rylott said TNT and RDX compounds are difficult to tackle together in the soil, as both possess different properties.
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CNAP stands for Centre for Novel Agricultural Products (Department of Biology; University of York; UK)
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TNT and RDX in the soil are difficult to deal with because of their different properties, said lead researcher Dr Liz Rylott, from the University of York's Centre for Novel Agricultural Products.
The Centre for Novel Agricultural Products at York University is developing new varieties of the herb artemisia.
RDX is toxic and a possible carcinogen so it is important to identify ways of stopping it polluting land and water supplies," said Professor Neil Bruce, from the Centre for Novel Agricultural Products.