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  1. #1 Carbon Sequestration in soil 
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    Carbon dioxide enrichment has become on of the major environmental issue, the addition of C from soil reaction ........


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    Carbon dioxide is vital plant nutrient essential for photosynthesis. Is sequestered in wood and carbonate rocks. Such rocks plus graphite, diamond, coal, methane gas (plus hydrates), coal of various grades and petroleum, are having important uses and all of which are commercially extracted. Are you attempting to make some kind of point, dotcomrade?


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    The poster is possibly referring to biochar, but seems to have fallen asleep at the keyboard.
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