Rock On Soils – Final Report
Posted in Soils, Crops and Soils
Rock On Soils was a nine-month farm innovation project. A collaboration between scientists and farmers, the aim was to explore the use of a basic silicate rock as a method of sequestering carbon into agricultural soils by providing farmers with the information they need to assess the value of using the product not only to capture carbon, but also to potentially improve soil and plant health and performance.
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