HomeGrown 03/09/08 – Chartwell & Water Filtering Plants

by Brad Yost on March 9, 2008

Winston Churchill’s beloved English home and garden — and a Clemson University researcher with a promising way of removing toxic chemicals from runoff water — are featured on HomeGrown this week. British author and gardener Stefan Buczacki talks about Chartwell, Churchill’s long-time home in Kent, England; and Clemson researcher Robert Polomski talks about his research on plants that can leech toxic amounts of nitrogen and phosphorus from runoff water, and then be sold for a healthy profit.

View Jeneen Wiche’s photos of Chartwell
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max marcum March 16, 2008 at 9:22 am

can podcast be accessed thru itunes ? would make it easier to for us techno challenged to download.

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