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Biochar could provide solution to water challenges in Texas

Post-production water is the fluid that rises back up to the surface during the fracking process. It is expensive to clean and transport and is considered an environmental threat. 111 more words

WA company perfecting biochar

Written by Steven White

The Geraldton-based company, Energy Farmers Australia, was founded four years ago by agriculturalist Euan Beamont and his engineer business partner Tom Vogan to improve energy efficiency and waste management on agricultural land. 333 more words

Science

10 September 2014

Gardening

Asiatic garlic. Click here

Fighting for a sane food system. Click here

Testing biochar in the garden. Click here

Farming

African food shortages blamed on poor soils. 47 more words

Organic Gardening

Good Year for Biochar

 

Summer 2014 Kernow Black Update


Not only has it been Kernow Black’s first year in business, with me receiving some great feedback: from people enjoying the growing benefits to their beans out in the garden, all the way to potted indoor, and window flowers, really getting something out of that added biochar nutrition. 526 more words

Pyrolysis – generating heat, steam, and electricity from organic waste

With the advent of new technologies and processes, treating and converting organic waste into renewable energy has become simpler and more effective. One such technique widely used to convert waste to energy is Pyrolysis. 344 more words

mrjonmoore reblogged this on World Organic News and commented:

This needs for promotion and use!

9 September 2014

Gardening

Organic gardening leads to organic cooking. Click here

Organic gardening can lead to other things too! Click here

A practical outcome from soil testing. … 65 more words

Organic Gardening