Observations & Soil Temperatures from the Sierra Nevada Mountains with Matt Powers 2016
“Burning stubble so we can put next years crop in.”
It’s like watching an old vulcanizing tyre patch burn. I always find it both interesting and depressing watching how the big boys and their toys do it.
Just add DAP(tm)
In my studies I’ve learned that nitrogen and phosphorus are the main macro nutrients that become limited after fire, not to mention soil microbiology. Sigh.
Burning for weeks.
I can’t help but think this:
Victoria, Australia, February 2009. Black Saturday.
The role of fire in ecosystems.