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Therefore, addition of cover crop biomass is essential to increasing total soil C accumulation. Incorporating cover crop in the rotation cycle is even more significant for the cotton (Gossipium hirsutum)-based systems in Alabama to enhance SOM and improve soil quality (Paudel et al. 2006). In addition to the amount of chemical composition of crop residues, accumulation of SOM in soil using higher residue-producing conservation systems and manure is also scale-dependent. On the basis of their data from a 9-ha field in Alabama, Terra et al.