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Published on Jun 15, 2012

"Basically, the act of producing food itself is harmful to the soil. So by tilling, by taking a lot of the biomass that we produce in the land base of the countryside and shipping it to the urban centers where we all live and then not shipping something back, we essentially are pulling carbon out of the soil, we're mining carbon from our soil and putting it in our landfills and in our waterways and the atmosphere." So says Washington State University Chad Kruger, Director of the Washington State University Center for Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resources, in his keynote address entitled "Building Markets for Biofertilizers — Perceptions and Performance" at the 26th Annual BioCycle West Coast Conference 2012.

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