Original paper

Critical comparison of the impact of biochar and wood ash on soil organic matter cycling and grassland productivity

Volume: 110, Pages: 134 - 142
Published: Jul 1, 2017
Abstract
Wood represents the single most important source of renewable energy worldwide and depending on the mechanism of energy production can lead to the production of by-products with vastly different properties (i.e. wood ash (WA) from incineration and biochar (BC) from pyrolysis). These are typically applied to land, however, a critical comparison of their impact on soil quality and carbon (C) cycling is lacking. To address this, we generated...
Paper Details
Title
Critical comparison of the impact of biochar and wood ash on soil organic matter cycling and grassland productivity
Published Date
Jul 1, 2017
Volume
110
Pages
134 - 142
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