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Digging Deeper

 

Soils Could Release More Carbon Thank Expected as Climate Warms

 

Nanoparticle Fertilizer Could Contribute to New 'Green Revolution'

 

Changing Climate Changes Soils

 

Salt of the Earth

 

How Plant-Soil Feedback Affects Ecological Diversity

 

Agricultural ammonia emissions disrupt Earth's delicate nitrogen balance

 

New Research Finds Climate Solutions in the Soil

 

Earth's soils could play a key role in locking away greenhouse gases

 

Fertilizer applied to fields today will pollute water for decades

 

A new role for Vitamin B6 in plants - regulating nitrogen

 

How Blue and Green Clays Kill Bacteria

 

No Crap: Missing 'Mega Poop' Starves Earth

 

Did Dust Bowl Ravages end in the 1940s? New study says no.

 

Plant Defense Hormones Help Sculpt Root Microbiome

 

Nitrogen Cycling Varies by Ecosystem

 

The Next Big War Might Be Over Phosphorus

 

Threats to Soil Productivity Threaten Food Security

 

2015 is International Year of Soils

 

Soils could keep contaminants in wastewaster from reaching groundwaters, streams

 

Earthworms, ants, termites: The real engineers of the ecosystem

 

How will climate change affect soil microbes and in turn, carbon cycling?

 

Soil Fertility in Organic Systems: A Guide for Gardeners and Small Acreage Farmers


6-18-14 Hurricane Sandy and the Mapping of Coastal Soils: What can we learn?

Lead Abatement a Wise Public Health Investment

 

Study Challenges Soil Testing for Potassium and the Fertilizer Value of Potassium Chloride

 

Civilizations Rise and Fall on the Quality of their Soil

 

Clay May Have Been Birthplace of Life on Earth, New Study Suggests

 

New Soil Testing Kit for Third World Countries

 

Fertilizers Provide Mixed Results to Soil in 50 Year Study

 

Being Dirty: The Benefits of Being (Relatively) Filthly

 

Phosphorus Pollution Causing Toxic Algal Blooms Nationwide

The Story of Soil

Soil and Health Library on the Web

Erosion of Topsoil a Growing Problem

Global Warming Threat Seen in Fertile Soil of Northeastern U.S. Forests