Deep Soil Inventories Reveal that Impacts of Cover Crops and Compost on Soil Carbon Sequestration Differ in Surface and Subsurface Soils

Increasing soil organic carbon (SOC) via organic inputs is a key strategy for increasing long-term soil C storage and improving the climate change mitigation and adaptation potential of agricultural systems. A long term trial in California’s Mediteranean climate revealed impacts of management on SOC in maize-tomato and wheat-fallow cropping systems

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Drills through compaction
Kentucky Pride Nitrogen
Grows-via-Rhizomes
Domino Perennial Cover Crop

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