Soil total organic carbon and farmers' perceptions associated with bokashi application in Cerro Punta, Panama

@inproceedings{Searson2015SoilTO,
  title={Soil total organic carbon and farmers' perceptions associated with bokashi application in Cerro Punta, Panama},
  author={Emma Kathyrn Searson},
  year={2015}
}
Sustainable use and maintenance of agricultural soils are important for maintaining long-term agricultural productivity and environmental quality. These issues are especially important in Cerro Punta, known as the breadbasket of Panama, which is experiencing severe erosion. While current practices and agrochemical usage damage soil health and function over time, application of organic material improves soil physic-chemical properties such as nutrient and total organic carbon (TOC) content… CONTINUE READING

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