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7/4/22 : Author Interview: Soil health and nutrient density: preliminary comparison of regenerative and conventional farming. Prof David Montgomery about the recently published Life & Environment article Soil health and nutrient density: preliminary comparison of regenerative and conventional farming.
Soil and climate scientist Walter Jehne works to educate farmers, policymakers and others about “the soil carbon sponge” and its crucial role in reversing and mitigating flooding, drought, wildfires, and rising global temperatures. He shows us how we can safely cool the climate and restore essential biodiversity by repairing our disrupted hydrological cycles, returning excess carbon to the soils, where it can build a sponge that soaks up water and revives the biosphere.
Melanie Moorehead 26 April, 2022
I really enjoyed this talk. The information about cattle, methane and solar oxidation of transpired water vapor molecules was amazing to learn about! (I was a literature major so I sure don't know this stuff you're teaching) I can hardly wait for the next person to lecture me about cows emitting methane to unload on them my new wisdom gleaned here.
Thank you Walter Jehne for your long-distance-runner hard work teaching farmers and others how nature actually works.
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