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- Pepin, S., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1164 pp. 249-256
- Abies balsamea; Picea mariana; agricultural land; air; ammonium; bioactive properties; biochar; calcium; carbon dioxide; copper; crop yield; cropping systems; crops; earthworms; effluents; fertilizers; fluorescein; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; greenhouses; growing season; hydrolysis; iron; irrigation; leachates; leaching; leaves; magnesium; manganese; microbial activity; mineral content; muck soils; mycorrhizae; nitrates; nutrient availability; nutrient content; peat soils; plant growth; plant health; porosity; potassium; sandy loam soils; sandy soils; sawdust; soil fertility; soil structure; tomatoes; zinc
- ... Several studies have shown that adding biochar as soil amendment to agricultural land can increase the sustainability and productivity of cropping systems by sequestrating C from the atmosphere into the soil, by minimizing the emission of greenhouse gases (GHG), by improving soil properties and soil fertility via its effects on porosity, particle aggregation, soil structure, water and nutrients re ...