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Phragmites australis is one of the main wetland plant species used for phytoremediation water treatment.. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. Die Schilfrohre (Phragmites) sind eine Pflanzengattung in der Familie der Süßgräser (Poaceae). ex Steudel. Ecol Eng 74:286–289, Brix H (2017) Sludge dewatering and mineralization in sludge treatment reed beds. Phragmites Australis, Heavy Metals, Nutrients, Phytoremediation, Soil, Sediment, Value-Added Products Species diversity and functional prediction of soil bacterial communities in constructed wetlands with different plant conditions To effectively remove N and P from eutrophic water, the Phragmites australis after phytoremediation was harvested for preparation of modified biochar. 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