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06/27/2022

SOIL SCIENCE

Biomass residues improve soil chemical and biological properties reestablishing native species in an exposed subsoil in Brazilian Cerrado

Investigating recovery of soil chemical properties, Soto Boni and colleagues show that active intervention in reestablishment of aquatic macrophytes combined with sugar cane ash prompted vegetation growth and soil biological activities in a degraded Brazilian Cerrado site.

Image credit: Cerrado sul-mato-grossense by Leandro Neumann Ciuffo, CC BY 2.0

Biomass residues improve soil chemical and biological properties reestablishing native species in an exposed subsoil in Brazilian Cerrado

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PLOS ONE | ISSN: 1932-6203 (online)