Biochar increases tree biomass in a managed boreal forest, but does not alter N2O, CH4, and CO2 emissions

Roger Grau-Andrés, Melissa RA Pingree, Mats G Öquist, David A Wardle, Marie-Charlotte Nilsson & Michael J Gundale
Biochar soil amendment may provide the forestry sector with a formidable tool to simultaneously sequester carbon (C) in the soil and aboveground by enhancing plant productivity, yet several key uncertainties remain. Crucially, empirical evidence of long-term effects of biochar management on vegetation and on greenhouse gas emissions in forest ecosystems is scarce. Using a large field experiment in a young managed boreal forest in northern Sweden, we investigated the effects of biochar (applied either on...
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