Sequestration of native soil organic carbon and residue carbon in complex agroecosystems

December 15, 2016, by Carbon Management Journal
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“Knowing short-term gains and losses of soil organic carbon (SOC) is crucial for understanding the role of different land management practices in climate change mitigation. This study evaluated the flow of carbon (C) in soil from two differently configured intercrops [1:2 (one row of maize and two rows soybean); 2:3 (two rows of maize and three rows of soybean)] compared to a maize and soybean sole crop as a result of residue addition.”

Amanda Bichel, Maren Oelbermann, Paul Voroney & Laura Echarte (University of Waterloo) | Page 261-270 | 10 Nov 2016 | View Full Text

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