Dynamic Accumulators (Under Construction)

Dynamic accumulators is a term used in the permaculture and organic farming literature to indicate plants that gather certain minerals or nutrients from the soil and store them in a more bioavailable form and in high concentration in their tissues, then used as fertilizer or just to improve the mulch.

Nettles

Comfrey

Horsetail

Mullein

Poppy

Amaranth

Burdock

Lamb's Quarter

Ferns

Scotchbroom

Willow

Aloe

Sunflowers

Woodsorrel

Lemongrass

Yacon

thistle

chickweed

hops

lemon balm

elderflower

tulsi basil

tree conch

Bergamot

 

Lavender

Rosemary

Peppermint

 
 

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