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Memo farmers: Learn to manage your methanotrophs

Monday 1 Dec 14 12:00pm

Farmers could cut their future exposure to carbon prices by looking after the methanotrophs in their soils, a soil scientist says.

But they need to start work now, says Dr Sally Price of Lincoln University.

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