Journal of Agricultural Science and Botany

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Soil Organic Carbon

Soil organic carbon is a assessable component of soil organic matter. Organic matter is made up of just 2–10% of most soil's mass and plays a vital role in the physical, chemical and biological function of agricultural soils. Organic matter adds the nutrient retention and turnover, soil structure, moisture retention and availability, degradation of pollutants, carbon sequestration and soil resilience. Soil organic carbon (SOC) refers only to carbon component of organic compounds in which soil organic matter (SOM) is difficult to measure directly, so laboratories tend to measure and report SOC and sequestering carbon in SOC is seen as one way to mitigate climate change by reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide.


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