Good news, plants defeat seazombies in Seattle. Urban streams breed seazombies when fall rains wash a chemical stew into creeks where salmon are getting ready to spawn. Some salmon are killed directly, but what’s worse is that some transform into seazombies—poisoned undead fish that come out of streams to eat your brain.
Fortunately, scientists have discovered that plants can stop the seazombie plague. Biofiltration by a soil/plant mixture cleans the toxic stew so it’s harmless, protecting salmon.
Quick, let’s get more plants working in our city neighborhoods before seazombies take over.Tweet