Fungi not helpful for sequestering atmospheric carbon in soil
Using the fungi found in plants to store carbon in the soil has previously been suggested as a partial solution to global warming, but new research shows that this doing wouldn't help to reduce atmospheric carbon levels.
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#1 Sep 2, 2012
Where's the parrot whining about experiments! Here are some that he should study:
[T]he researchers conducted four experiments, two in greenhouses and two in fields to mimic Earth’s expected North American atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide.
#2 Sep 2, 2012
'brian_g' asked the fungi directions & they sent him to Harlem......
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