Grass species, mowing habits affect carbon in soil

February 09, 2017
Purdue University's Quincy Law collects greenhouse gas samples from turf plots.
Purdue University's Quincy Law collects greenhouse gas samples from turf plots.
A Purdue University researcher has found that the amount of carbon deposited into the soil is affected by turfgrass species and how it is mowed.

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