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Biochar for 'catching' the carbon

The USBI’s Biochar 2016 Conference just took place the past couple days!

It was labeled: “The Synergy of Science and Industry: Biochar’s Connection to Ecology, Soil, Food, and Energy” 183 more words

BIOCHAR: A Solution to Organic Waste Management and Contaminated Soil Remediation.

Introduction

Human’s quest to dominate the world and mould it into his will have resulted in the pollution of the environment. Increasing urbanisation and aggressive industrial activities such as smelting, mining and agriculture have introduced heavy metals such as lead and arsenic into the environment. 563 more words

Innovation And Technology Management

Aussies embrace BioChar to enhance soil health

They’re getting serious about BioChar in Australia, largely thanks to the determination of the “BioChar King” Wayne Wadsworth.  He’s spent more than a decade researching and developing ways to use BioChar and his key message is that BioChar is for everyone, and especially farmers who understand the benefit to enhancing soil health.   314 more words

North Lodge

Meeting September 13 - 9:30 - What Every Gardener Should Know About BioChar

Join us for an inspiring presentation on biochar by Jon Nilsson, soil scientist of 25 years and founder of Char-Grow, where the biochar is produced in the Mills River area. 221 more words

Meetings

Biochar Industry 2016 Analysis and Forecasts to 2021 Market Research Report

MarketStudyReport.com adds “Global Biochar Market Professional Survey Report 2016” new report to its research database. The report spread across 108 pages with table and figures in it. 503 more words

Buisness

Making your own peat-free compost with BioChar

The best way to use BioChar in our soils here in the UK and Europe, is to use what is often called “activated” BioChar.  There are many definitions of what this means; BioChar needs to interact with decomposing matter to create microbial oxidisation which then, thanks to the large surface area of BioChar, allows every crevice to hold on to vital nutrients. 799 more words

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Biochar: The Oldest New Thing You've Never Heard Of

Here’s a great video on biochar by Wae Nelson at TEDxOrlando  that shows what a difference biochar makes to plants, people and the planet!

Wae Nelson was employed as a mechanical engineer in the aerospace and defense industries for many years, working both as a designer and as a manager in manufacturing. 31 more words

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