What is Micro Carbon Technology?

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Everyone who works in agriculture is aware of the basic lifecycle of crops: plants are seeded, they are nourished and they grow, they are harvested, and what is not consumed by (us) higher life forms is returned to the soil—where it is broken down through mineralization and by microorganisms so that it can be used to nourish the next cycle of crops. That relatively simple scenario is created by a wonderfully complex interchange of chemical, physical, and biological actions that scientists are still struggling to fully understand after 10,000 years of practical farming. 


Posted October 12, 2018

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