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Carbon CAPTURE

Most of us basically understand the carbon cycle. It starts when carbon gets ‘fixed’ by plants (i.e. used to build tissues, along with inorganic nutrients including nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium). The plants get these nutrients from the soil, and their carbon from carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air.

Plants get eaten by animals, which use

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