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Although biochar is a new concept to most, prominent environmentalists including Dr. James Lovelock, Bill McKibben and Dr. James Hansen have all talked about the promise of biochar as an amendment to improve soil fertility and sequester carbon in soil. Mo... read more

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Biochar is a fine-grained, highly porous charcoal substance that is distinguished from other charcoals in its intended use as a soil amendment. Biochar is charcoal that has been produced under conditions that optimize certain characteristics deemed useful... read more

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Biochar is a solid material obtained from the thermochemical conversion of biomass in an oxygen-limited environment. Biochar can be used as a product itself or as an ingredient within a blended product, with a range of applications as an agent for soil im... read more

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Biochar enhances soils. When added to soils, biochar’s impressive capacity to retain nutrients can reduce fertilizer requirements while increasing crop yields. It can also be used for commercial potting soils. Research is now confirming benefits that in... read more