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Characterization of benchmark spots of selected red and black soils in semi-arid tropics of India for identifying systems for carbon sequestration and increased productivity in semi-arid tropical environments



Characterization of benchmark spots of selected red and black soils in semi-arid tropics of India for identifying systems for carbon sequestration and increased productivity in semi-arid tropical environments



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This publication reports the results of a study aimed to identify various systems (agriculture, horticulture, forests, waste land, and permanent fallow) that may reduce CO<sub>2</sub> concentration in the atmosphere and increase soil organic carbon stocks and can thus, maintain or increase the overall productivity of the systems.

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