Time-lapse effect of ancient plant coal biochar on some soil agrochemical parameters and soil characteristics

@article{Kocsis2018TimelapseEO,
  title={Time-lapse effect of ancient plant coal biochar on some soil agrochemical parameters and soil characteristics},
  author={Tam{\'a}s Kocsis and Borb{\'a}la Bir{\'o} and {\'A}kos Ulmer and M{\'o}nika Sz{\'a}nt{\'o} and Zsolt Kotrocz{\'o}},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={25},
  pages={990-999}
}
Biochar is a solid material obtained from reductive, oxygen-free processes, i.e. the thermo-chemical conversion of biomass in oxygen-limited environment. The obtained products have high carbon sequestration potential and strong nutrient-water absorption capacities because of the enlarged carbon surfaces. It is not yet clear how carbon stimulates agrochemical parameters in soil and how those characteristics are developing as time goes on a long-term basis. Samples of ancient (25, 35, 80 years… CONTINUE READING
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