Jeff Ravage

Jeff Ravage

Apr 17, 2023

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About This Project

Our previous study on the decay of forest waste products found that the compost produced by wild fungi holds up to twice as much carbon as natural montane soils (duff, produced by natural organic decay).

"The carbon sequestration potential of fungally produced composts" will investigate the carbon contents of post decay composts produced by white and brown rot fungus both in situ and in the lab. These techniques could aid in the natural sequestration of carbon in soils.

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