Belowground carbon stocks of 21-year-old Grevillea robusta stand in the humid tropics of Kerala

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by admin

  Tree root biomass production and turnover play key role in improving soil productivity in land use systems involving woody perennials.  Also, tree roots provide substantial contribution to the soil carbon pool which however varies with tree species and management regimes. A field study was conducted at Vellanikkara, Kerala, India in a 21-year-old Grevillea robusta stand (460 trees ha-1) to quantify the extent of belowground biomass produc…

Vigyan Bhavan & Kempinski Ambience

10 - 14 February 2014 Delhi, India