Kari is Canada’s Research Chair in Environmental Microbiology of Agro-ecosystems and one of Canada’s premier scientists working at the intersection of microbiology, ecology and soil science.
Using the long-term rotation experiment near Elora, ON (established 1980) to study the impacts of tillage and diversity of crop rotations on a number of agri-environmental factors.
This study set out to evaluate crop rotation diversity, perenniality, carbon inputs, and carbon input quality as predictors of soil organic carbon concentration and aggregate size.
This study measured the impact of 35 years of crop rotation diversification on soil microbial communities and nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions.
The corn-soybean rotation is the dominant cropping system on farmland throughout central Canada and the midwestern United States. However, long-term …
Using fertilizer efficiently is vital for managing agroecosystems sustainably. It makes the most of crop productivity while protecting the environment. …
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Have legitimately lived here a decade and am still not 100% sure if it’s pronounced Cal-GARY or Calg-uh-ry. https://twitter.com/MariaHaskins/status/1481148042753368072
I will forever be a Cal-gree girl. Even though its been years since I have lived there.
BTW. It’s Cal-gree.
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