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Biochar Potential or Pitfall? Carbon Storage vs Soil Quality

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Uploaded on Dec 5, 2009

Biochar is being touted for soil improvement and carbon sequestration. Our New England soil laboratory explores the subject in lab, field and greenhouse trials. We find some surprising pitfalls especially extreme pH and cationic imbalances that will need to be overcome before Biochar is widely used for soil fertility application on normal soils.

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