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Biochar, bentonite and zeolite feeding of layer alters intestinal microbiota

1 July, 2016

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A range of feed supplements, including antibiotics, have been commonly used in poultry production to improve health and productivity. Alternative methods are needed to suppress pathogen loads and maintain productivity.

As an alternative to antibiotic use, we investigated the ability of biochar, bentonite and zeolite as separate 4% feed additives, to selectively remove pathogens without reducing microbial richness and diversity in the gut.

Neither biochar, bentonite nor zeolite made any significant alterations to the overall richness and diversity of intestinal bacterial community. However, reduction of some bacterial species, including some potential pathogens was detected.

The microbiota of bentonite fed animals were lacking all members of the order Campylobacterales. Specifically, the following operational taxonomic units (OTUs) were absent: an OTU 100% identical to Campylobacter jejuni; an OTU 99% identical to Helicobacter pullorum; multiple Gallibacterium anatis (>97%) related OTUs; Bacteroides dorei (99%) and Clostridium aldenense (95%) related OTUs.

Biochar and zeolite treatments had similar but milder effects compared to bentonite. Zeolite amended feed was also associated with significant reduction in the phylum Proteobacteria. All three additives showed potential for the control of major poultry zoonotic pathogens.

From PLOSone Tanka P. Prasai, Kerry B. Walsh, Surya P. Bhattarai, David J. Midmore, Thi T. H. Van, Robert J. Moore, Dragana Stanley, “Biochar, Bentonite and Zeolite Supplemented Feeding of Layer Chickens Alters Intestinal Microbiota and Reduces Campylobacter Load” 2016http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0154061

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Effect of low-temperature biochar derived from pig manure and poultry litter on mobile and organi

2 July, 2016

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Phd Thesis On Biochar

3 July, 2016

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4 July, 2016

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Biochar-Enhanced Chicken Manure Pellets Now Available

5 July, 2016

In collaboration with Weber Family Farms in Petaluma, The Sonoma Biochar Initiative and Sonoma Ecology Center are now offering buckets of biochar-enhanced chicken manure pellets as thank-you gifts for donations during a special fundraising campaign.  The chicken manure is an OMRI-listed organic manure that is high in nitrogen and blended with biochar made from locally-sourced woody biomass.

This fantastic soil amendment has been pelletized for easy application and can be used anywhere in your garden. Two sizes are available:  5-gallon and 2-gallon buckets. We are asking for a suggested donation of $30 for the 5-gallon size, and $20 for the 2-gallon size. This special blend is available for pickup on Saturday mornings at the Sonoma Garden Park Fam Market, from 9 A.M. to 12:30 P.M., 19996 7th St E, Sonoma, CA 95476, or by special arrangement at Sonoma Ecology Center offices in the Sonoma Developmental Center.

We want to thank Mike Weber of Weber Family Farms for his generous donation of goods and services in support of this fundraiser.

For more information call Raymond Baltar at:  707 291-3240

 

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[Biochar and Soil Biota] (By: Natalia Ladygina) [published: April, 2013]

9 July, 2016

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Biochar And Bioenergy Production For

12 July, 2016


Weeks 3-4

14 July, 2016

Another two weeks, another blog post! I have a lot to talk about.  I will have no problem filling up the 600 word minimum required by the program I am participating in, the Cal Energy Corps.  Once again, that program, the Cal Energy Corps. 

Last post I promised my readers (excuse my arrogance for assuming I have multiple) that I would discuss biochar in greater detail.  Well, wait on bated breath no longer. 

Biochar has received the majority of its attention due to its potential to act as both a soil amendment and carbon sequestration mechanism.  However, last time I only mentioned increased crop yields and soil fertility as the motivation behind biochar, failing to mention the other agricultural benefits of biochar.  I also excluded the industrial applications of biochar.

First, the agricultural side of things. There are several ways in which biochar is believed to improve yields in traditionally mediocre soils: improved water retention, increased cation exchange capacity (nutrient retention), and fostering improvements in soil microbial communities. Each of these capabilities can be traced to biochar’s porosity which allows the biochar to hold the water, nutrients, and microorganisms in a plant-accessible form. 

Yet, it is possible to advertise each of these mechanisms of soil fertility improvement independently. The biochar producers I have talked to thus far market their product not to drastically improve soil fertility, but to decrease water consumption.

However some are wary of the agricultural potential of biochar. The International Biochar Initiative (IBI) has said in each of its annual reports that the biochar industry is still in a fledgling state that has yet to break into large scale agricultural operations.  There are several reasons for this.  One major barrier is a lack of standardization within the sector.  Biochar can be produced using different feedstocks, different processes (temperature, amount of oxygen) and can be applied to a variety of soils in a variety of climates.  This makes consumers wary of purchasing.  This creates a lack of demand, which in turn creates a lack of (large-scale) production, which may be crucial to drive down prices to become more cost-competitive, and lower costs may be crucial to get biochar off the ground. As you can see, product uncertainty is creating a difficult cycle for biochar to escape.

There are also industrial applications to biochar.  In fact, despite a lack of academic literature, some within the sector I have talked to believe it may be the more lucrative side of the business.  To be frank, I am not that familiar with how or why biochar is well suited for these applications, but there are a few I have come across: water filtration, mine reclamation, an additive in plastics, and removing toxins such as mercury from power plant emissions.

Thus far my portrayal of the climate-related benefits of biochar has been limited to the carbon stored within the biochar.  This is an incomplete picture.  The papers that I have read through suggest that accounts for ~ 65% of the climactic benefit.  The other factors are the agricultural benefits of increased crop productivity, decreased fertilizer demand, and a decrease in soil emissions of CH4 (methane) and N2O (nitrous oxide).

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Biochar 2016

14 July, 2016

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The conference will be held at Oregon State University’s CH2MHill Alumni Center August 22nd-25th, 2016.

The conference aims to bring together stakeholders in the applied biochar research community and the private sector to further biochar market development. This event is designed for farmers, foresters, policy makers, biochar producers, industry professionals and entrepreneurs. Students and interested citizens will also benefit from this event.

For more information, or to register for the event, please see USBI2016.org. Student, Non-profit, and one-day rates are available. Early bird registration closes on July 15th!

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BioChar can be used for soil improvement resulting in increased crop yields.
Research consistently shows benefits in sandy soils, where it is needed most. Many studies, where the effect of BioChar on crop yield has been assessed, have cited moisture retention as a key factor in the results. In loamy sand soil, water retention doubled, and another study showed water retention was 18% higher than the adjacent highly-weathered tropical soil. Apart from this, BioChar can improve surface infiltration of water.
BioChar cannot decay, but will mineralize to CO2 in time. However, this process may take decades up to thousands of years. Once used it could take decades or even longer before BioChar could lose its properties and fresh bio char has to be added.
When the limiting factors are known for a specific crop and the soil quality where the crop is grown, the impact of BioChar on the crop yield can be predicted. With the right dosage, the yield increase can even exceed 100% (in specific soils/area’s, under specific conditions).

 

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16 July, 2016

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Global Biochar Industry 2016 Market Research Report

19 July, 2016

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The report gives a detailed overview of the key segments in the market. The fastest and slowest growing market segments are covered in this report. The key emerging opportunities of the fastest growing Global Biochar market segments are also covered in this report. Each segments and sub-segments market size, share, and forecast are available in this report. Additionally, the region-wise segmentation and the trends driving the leading geographical region and the emerging region has been presented in this report.

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Biochar for your Garden and the Planet

24 July, 2016

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24 July, 2016

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e-Study Guide for: Biochar for Environmental Management: Science and Technology

25 July, 2016

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Biochar: A Solution to Managing Forest Residues

26 July, 2016

Forest residues including sawmill residues, logging slash, and small-diameter trees resulting from fuel reduction thinnings and forest restoration treatments can present a disposal problem. Though they can be used as fuel for heat and power production in some places, when they are not utilized forest residues can create a fire hazard if left in the forest. In addition, forest residues have low market value and can be costly to handle and process. Prescribed broadcast or pile burning to remove residues from the site is often difficult to implement due to air-quality restrictions and concerns about controlled burns leading to wildfires. Even in areas with low fire risks, forest management synthesis on the use of biochar produced from woody biomass as a soil amendment and bio-based products (energy, filters, waste cleanup, etc.) activities such as stand regeneration and thinning can be impeded when excess forest residues are not appropriately managed.

Recently, there has been an increasing interest in the environmental and economic benefits of converting forest residues into biochar products as a concomitant solution for managing forest residues and adding value. Biochar is becoming well known as a soil amendment as it can improve site productivity by increasing water holding capacity and nutrient cycling within the mineral soil profile. Biochar also provides opportunities for sequestering carbon in soil for a long time (>100 years), which is a major interest for many forestland managers. From a bio-based product viewpoint, biochar is an excellent medium to filter contaminated water and can facilitate environmental waste cleanup. Finally, biochar has been often cited as a renewable energy product in a context of replacing fossil fuels to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions, especially when it is a coproduct of biofuel production.

We invite scholars and engineers to contribute original research articles as well as synthesis papers that will integrate recent efforts to utilize forest residues for production of biochar and broaden our knowledge on benefits of the use of biochar as a soil amendment and in bio-based products.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

Authors can submit their manuscripts through the Manuscript Tracking System at http://mts.hindawi.com/submit/journals/scientifica/ecology/bsmfr/.

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OPCO #Switchgrass #BioChar #Natural #Cat Litter Launches at #SuperZoo

30 July, 2016

FAIRPORT HARBOR, OH–(Jul 29, 2016) – Every cat-owner’s dream has finally come true with the introduction of a litter that is all natural, highly absorbent and eliminates that dreaded litter box smell.

After years of extensive product development and testing, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) is introducing Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter™ with BioChar that has been top ranked amongst competitors through third party testing. OurPet’s will be showcase the cat litter at their SuperZoo booth, #10219, in Las Vegas, NV.

OurPets® Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter™ with BioChar is biodegradable, all natural, sustainable, and is a non-food alternative to the other corn or wheat based natural cat litters in the marketplace. Switchgrass is a hardy, natural grass native to North America that does not require fertilization or the use of chemicals during growth. Historically, switchgrass has been used for flood control, not for feedstock.

Biochar is made using the pyrolysis process to convert natural wood chips to an activated, non-marking carbon that is proven to be highly odor and moisture absorbent. During pyrolysis, the volatile gases are collected and used as clean burning fuel while the CO2 is trapped in the pine wood with minimal CO2 release into the atmosphere.

Together, switchgrass and biochar combine to make a strong clumping cat litter that is safe, highly moister and odor absorbent, biodegradable, lightweight, and made in the U.S.A. from sustainable ingredients. OurPets® Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter™ will be sold in 10 and 20 pound bags and will be available for retail August 2016.

For more information on OurPet’s and their new products, visit www.ourpets.com or stop by their SuperZoo booth #10219.

About The OurPet’s Company

The OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) designs, produces and markets a broad line of innovative, trend-setting pet products and accessories sold under the OurPets® and Pet Zone® brands domestically and internationally. OurPets® and Pet Zone® products are sold through leading pet specialty retailers, food, drug and mass merchandisers, direct-mail catalog and internet retailers. Since its founding in 1995, the OurPet’s Company has been building an extensive intellectual property portfolio with more than 160 patents in either issued or pending status all devoted to solving problems related to the human/pet bond. OurPet’s was named a Weatherhead Top 100 Fastest Growing Company in Northeast Ohio in 2013 and has been a Lake-Geauga County Fast Track 50 Hall of Fame local business success winner for the last eight consecutive years. In addition, the OurPet’s Company was named 2015 Business of the Year by the Painesville Area Chamber of Commerce. Investors and customers may visit www.ourpets.com and www.petzonebrand.com for more information about the Company, its products and brands.

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Charcoal/Bio-char Production – Utilizing the volatile gasses, reducing pollution and fire risk

30 July, 2016

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note The full stack trace of the root cause is available in the Apache Tomcat/7.0.57 logs.

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Improvising biochar

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30 July, 2016

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Biochar, is it good?

30 July, 2016

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31 July, 2016


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