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📙 Biochar and soil biota by Natalia Ladygina; Francois Rineau — free epub


Biochar, a biomass that is burned at a very high temperature in the absence of oxygen, has recently become an interesting subject of study. Biochar is highly stable and does not degrade; it possesses physical properties that assist in retention of nutrients in the soil. The use of biochar will undoubtedly have a significant impact not only on soil nutrients but also on soil organism communities and their functions. Read more...


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