Paul studies how different cropping systems affect soil organic matter and tests novel organic matter measurement techniques.
Transfer Of Agricultural Phosphate From Edge-Of-Field To Surface Waters Via The Riparian Zone
Assessing legacy P that exists in riparian buffer strips and the impact of freeze-thaw and flooding/drought on the cycling and release of this P to surface waters.
Crop rotations differ in soil carbon stabilization efficiency, but the response to quality of structural plant inputs is ambiguous
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.
Characterization of the heavy, hydrolysable and non-hydrolysable fractions of soil organic carbon in conventional and no-tillage soils
Impact of Pastures and Forages on Soil Organic Carbon in the Great Clay Belt of Northern Ontario
Article written by Cameron Ford, Marketing & Development Coordinator, Northern Ontario Farm Innovation AllianceReposted with permission from: https://www.nofia-agri.com/post/carbon-sequestration-and-agricultural-land-uses On February …