The Soil Microbiome: Linking Soil Biodiversity to Soil Health and Ecosystem Services
Understanding the microbial world in the soil is key to finding sustainable agricultural practices that work to protect the environment. Using a unique approach that combines the disciplines of soil science and molecular biology, we are able to quantif …
Long-term diverse rotation alters nitrogen cycling bacterial groups and nitrous oxide emissions after nitrogen fertilization
This study measured the impact of 35 years of crop rotation diversification on soil microbial communities and nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions.
Lasting impact: Technology helps living soils knowledge
First published in Farmtario: https://farmtario.com/crops/lasting-impact-technology-helps-living-soils-knowledge/ This article is the final instalment of a three-part series highlighting lessons learned from two …
Learning and understanding more about this amazing world below our feet was my favourite part of my PhD research! A great video highlighting this. Thank you so much for another amazing video guys!
Most of our cute microbe friends are found in water, but there’s an entire economy built on chemical signals within the dirt beneath our feet! The plants we eat and grow rely on competition that takes place in the underground microcosmos.
Proud of the @SoilsAtGuelph team! Love this video #worldsoilday2019 https://twitter.com/UofGuelphOAC/status/1202616134324903936
“Soil is the foundation of agriculture- of food, feed, fuel and fibre.”🌱
Today is #WorldSoilDay, which marks the 1 year anniversary of the launch of the @SoilsAtGuelph initiative. Learn more about the initiative below. ⬇️ @LauraVanEerd
#StopSoilErosion #LetsTalkSoil #OntAg