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Teagasc Research Insights Webinar - How Soil Organic Carbon Cycling works in Irish Soils?

Event Time 9:30am
Venue Online
Teagasc Research Insights webinar series focusing on addressing the challenges and opportunities in the agri-food sector and showcasing the latest thinking and Teagasc’s research in these areas.

Please be advised that if you registered prior to September 4th we have unfortunately lost your registration details due to a technical error.  We would greatly appreciate if you would re-register using the link below.

This webinar on Wednesday, 23rd September will focus on:

How Soil Organic Carbon Cycling works in Irish Soils?

and is part of a series of webinars focused on addressing the challenges and opportunities in the agri-food sector and showcasing the latest thinking and Teagasc’s research in these areas.

 

Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) is a major component of soil organic matter.  Increasing the concentration of soil organic carbon increases the absorption of CO2 from the atmosphere and leads to an improvement in soil health.  Understanding how this works is a key research and innovation theme at Teagasc.

Join Teagasc researchers on this webinar to find out more about our research and gain a better understanding of organic carbon cycling in Irish soils and its contribution to mitigating climate change.

Karl Richards

Head of Environment,
Soils and Land Use Department,
Teagasc

Gary Lanigan

Research Officer,
Teagasc

David Wall

Research Officer,
Teagasc

Donal O'Brien

Research Officer,
Teagasc

Lilian O'Sullivan

Research Officer,
Teagasc

Find out more about the series here