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Plants need carbon dioxide to make food

Carbon is released when you till the soil. Carbon returns to the soil if planting  is done directly on top of the soil. Plant directly on top the soil or top crop  for carbon to be put back into the soil. Plants take in sunlight and carbon  dioxide out of the air to make food.  A Plant needs carbon dioxide to make food,  a process called photosynthesis.
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Reversing carbon is option to help with climate change

  Drawing down carbon or reversing carbon is an option to help with climate change. Reversed carbon creates healthier and more nutritious soil.  While the reversed carbon is putting nutrients into the soil it is also reducing carbon in the atmosphere. Healthier top soil creates larger crop productions with the use of reversed carbon. Carbon feeds the plants. Atmosphere cools down. Win/Win

During photosynthesis carbon is stored in soil

  During the photosynthesis process,  much of the carbon is stored in the soil. Reverse carbon or drawing down the carbon is when you put the carbon back into the soil. Farmers around the globe already practice  the reverse carbon process. Climate change can be reversed if  we plant seeds on top of the soil.

Rainbows are a treasure for the eyes

  Rainbows are a treasure for the eyes to feast on! Amazing colors that are always gorgeous  and precious visions of beauty. Some seem as if a giant paint brush loaded with the  most perfect blend of colors has painted the sky, deliberately.  There are people who see rainbows as a sign of luck,  especially if there are 2 rainbows at the same time! Rarely and even luckier would be 3 rainbows! Next time you see a rainbow,  take the time to remember how lucky you are to be here,  to have witnessed that moment in time,  just for you, to enjoy. Life is what we make it to be,  observe the rainbows and their beauty,  create moments of peace.