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New moon effects on Biochar Industries look like this… :)

a picture of discarded wood at biochar industries kunghur education centre for biochar

Here is one for the closet psychoanalyst in you. We down here in the forest are starting to become one with nature. Example we like to plant our seeds for our veggies and fruit gardens by the moon calendar. We also like to think we are more than just this meat suit we wear each day.

We also like to make new moon intentions and watch as they become fulfilled at the next full moon. Normally quiet simple concepts however one of our team members is a full blown astrologist with a deep understanding of spiritual concepts and she was quite amazed with my last new moon intention.

I usually do a whole bunch of intentions but this last Sunday I only wrote one out.

“I intend to complete my projects this month” while she was studying her astrology guides she made the discovery that even thou I have no idea about astrology my Intention fitted perfectly with how the current new moon was supposed to be.

A mercury retrograde was happening which is not a good time for new projects and I felt it somehow and magically went with the flow.

So here is how it looks like when the new moon effects Biochar Industries.

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  • david charlton August 28, 2011, 4:11 pm

    great work folks!We are ‘green’ organisation about to embark on biochar experiments. We are forest based and would like to be able to use large ‘cropped’ Acacia mearnsii that we can grow and harvest on 5 year cycle. Any advise?

  • Charmaster August 28, 2011, 7:45 pm

    Gday David,
    I have heaps of advise for you mate. Number 1 Make sure you are sustainable. Biochar is getting a lot of flack from folks who buy up 3rd world countries bulldoze the forests and plant fast growing biomass for Massive profit. Number 2. Diversify your forests Monoculture is not a good way to keep the land and soil in shape. Try mixing it up with Diesel trees for fuel / Fruit trees for food etc. The edge of the forest is the best for growth. I live in the middle of a regrowth / monocultured forest and looking forward to the day when the pay load is removed and the forest is diverse once more. Number 3. Before shelling out heaps of cash on biochar equippment ask around for advice I am happy to tell you all about the many biochar technologies I have tried. Goodluck brother sounds like your in for some steep learning curves.

    Oh last bit of advice for now Fire Burns stay safe always. Gases explode and things go wrong just plan for this in advance

    Charmaster Dolph Cooke

  • LOKESH September 27, 2011, 8:30 pm

    I am very much interested to build Adam-Retort Kilns to convert Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunches in Char. I request the concerned to help me in building one in India. Please mail me the contacts, whom I can contact on this. My email ID is lvrlokesh@gmail.com My contacts are 0091 99481 66772 and 0091 93937 96007.

  • Charmaster September 27, 2011, 9:21 pm

    Gday Lokesh, I have past your details onto our Adam Retort Engineer and he will get back to you as soon as he can
    Good luck and I hope to see some of your photos on our site soon

    Charmaster Dolph

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