Leveraging plant diversity to manage soil water, carbon, and nitrogen in agricultural systems

MEAGAN SCHIPANSKI - Assistant Professor, Soil and Crop Sciences, Colorado State University Author
04/30/2018 Added
52 Plays


Crop and non-crop plants provide carbon inputs that can fuel belowground communities, mediate soil processes, and influence resource-use efficiency. Using examples from rhizosphere, on-farm, and landscape scale research, Schipanski will discuss potential benefits and limitations of leveraging crop and cover crop diversity to improve agricultural sustainability.

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