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Why is Carbon Important?

At the Prairie Foods Conference on regenerative farming this slide was displayed.

"Life on Earth would not be possible without Carbon" -- fair enough.

"Carbon holds water" -- if you think about drought in the west, adding carbon to the soil is the answer to retaining the water which runs off, runs thru and doesn't allow plants to grow today.

As we struggle with the increasing demands on global agriculture - soil depletion and population growth (8 billion growing to 9 billion in 2040)... adding carbon to soil doesn't just make sense, its essential (and simple).

DIRT has answers.

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