The KeySoil Status tool asks a number of simple questions to project your future soil carbon content.
When compared to your current soil carbon content, the KeySoil Status can be used to assess whether your current management is likely to maintain your existing soil organic matter levels and to assess the likely impact of planned changes.
The Keysoil Status tool can also be used to explore the likely impact of management changes on soil carbon over time.
KeySoil Status is based on the extensive research that has been done to understand how soil type, management and environmental factors affect soil carbon content and the carbon returns required to maintain soil carbon. It draws upon assumptions used by the RothC and SUNDIAL models developed Rothamsted Research Ltd.
Click here to download a sample KeySoil Status report (PDF file).
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