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Jones, Christine

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With proper management, agricultural soils have the potential to remove more than half the excess atmospheric carbon dioxide and store it in the soil as humus. More soil humus would greatly improve agriculture, would save the farm soils that are rapidly being lost, improve human health and go a long way toward stopping climate change. Dr. Jones explains how the main creators of humus are specialized fungi that plants feed with sugars and other complexed nutrients. These fungi, in turn, help feed plants both nutrients and moisture.

Offered here are several of Jones’ articles:

SOS: Save Our Soils, briefly summarizes the strategy. It was published in Acres, USA, March, 2015.

Inquiry into Soil Sequestration in Victoria is a formal submission made to the government of Victoria; it refers to research, other publications and more fully explains her ideas.

Jones’ website, provides many other publications.

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