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Prof. Duncan Cameron | Decoding the Secret Language of Soils

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The soil is the foundation of most terrestrial life on Earth, yet its staggering complexity and value as a resource is often ignored. Most undervalued of all is the amazing array of organisms that make soil their home. Duncan Cameron, professor of Plant and Soil biology and co-Director of the Institute for Sustainable Food at the University of Sheffield decodes the language of life underground.

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This talk is part of the Kew Mutual Improvement Society lecture series which has been running since 1871.

We curate and present a varied programme of public lectures, with no limits to the discussion topics within the realms of botany, conservation and horticulture – all for a remarkably low-cost ticket.

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