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Under the author’s very expansive definition of geoengineering would seem to encompass cover crops, intercropping, managed intensive grazing and the production of biochar and its incorporation into the soil. If so, have at it.

The above practices can sequester hundreds/thousands of tons of carbon per acre from the CO2 in the air, reduce fertilizer use, reduce runoff, improve fertility and actually build more soil (yes, they can actually make more of it).

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