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Biochar a Promising Strategy for Pesticide-Contaminated Soils
Soil pesticide contamination induced by modern agriculture has become a serious global issue. Its uncontrolled and inefficient application is among the main reasons for their enrichment in plants and animals subsequently transferred to humans and providing a public health risk. Biochar as a renewable and economical carbonaceous material provides a natural solution for immobilizing pesticides and improving soil health. The biochar impact in agricultural contaminated soil is governed by variousdoi:10.3390/agriculture12101579 fatcat:d5zaw7ra5zd27e6mtwj7l24at4