Location: Cache Valley, zone 4b, Irrigated, 9" rain in badlands.
posted 5 years ago
duane hennon wrote:Organic farming can reverse the agriculture ecosystem from a carbon source to a carbon sink
The way I look at it, carbon-dioxide is a fertilizer for plants. I think that for best performance I'd want more carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere. Warmer temperatures are beneficial for my garden because the plants grow quicker. During El nino years when the Southern Pacific is warmer I tend to get more rainfall during my growing season. Seems like an all around good thing for me to not sink carbon.
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