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Global Granular Biochar Market Research

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Aimed to provide most segmented consumption and sales data of different types of Granular Biochar, downstream consumption fields and competitive landscape in different regions and countries around the world, this report analyzes the latest market data from the primary and secondary authoritative source.

The report also tracks the latest market dynamics, such as driving factors, restraining factors, and industry news like mergers, acquisitions, and investments. It provides market size (value and volume), market share, growth rate by types, applications, and combines both qualitative and quantitative methods to make micro and macro forecasts in different regions or countries.

The report can help to understand the market and strategize for business expansion accordingly. In the strategy analysis, it gives insights from marketing channel and market positioning to potential growth strategies, providing in-depth analysis for new entrants or exists competitors in the Granular Biochar industry.

The report focuses on the top players in terms of profiles, product analysis, sales, price, revenue, and gross margin.

Major players covered in this report:

Agri-Tech Producers

ElementC6

Carbon Terra

Kina

Swiss Biochar GmbH

BioChar Products

Carbon Gold

Cool Planet

Biochar Now

Diacarbon Energy

The Biochar Company

BlackCarbon

By Type:

Wood Source Biochar

Corn  Source Biochar

Wheat  Source Biochar

Others

By Application:

Soil Conditioner

Fertilizer

Others

Geographically, the regional consumption and value analysis by types, applications, and countries are included in the report. Furthermore, it also introduces the major competitive players in these regions.

Major regions covered in the report:

North America

Europe

Asia-Pacific

Latin America

Middle East & Africa

Country-level segmentation in the report:

United States

Germany

UK

France

Italy

Spain

Poland

Russia

China

Japan

India

Indonesia

Thailand

Philippines

Malaysia

Singapore

Vietnam

Brazil

Saudi Arabia

United Arab Emirates

Qatar

Bahrain

Years considered for this report:

Historical Years: 2015-2019

Base Year: 2019

Estimated Year: 2020

Forecast Period: 2020-2027

1.1 Granular Biochar Introduction

1.2 Market Analysis by Type

1.2.1 Wood Source Biochar

1.2.2 Corn  Source Biochar

1.2.3 Wheat  Source Biochar

1.2.4 Others

1.3 Market Analysis by Application

1.3.1 Soil Conditioner

1.3.2 Fertilizer

1.3.3 Others

1.4 Market Analysis by Region

1.4.1 United States Market States and Outlook (2015-2027)

1.4.2 Europe Market States and Outlook (2015-2027)

1.4.3 China Market States and Outlook (2015-2027)

1.4.4 Japan Market States and Outlook (2015-2027)

1.4.5 Southeast Asia Market States and Outlook (2015-2027)

1.4.6 India Market States and Outlook (2015-2027)

1.4.7 Brazil Market States and Outlook (2015-2027)

1.4.8 GCC Countries Market States and Outlook (2015-2027)

1.5 Market Dynamics and Development

1.5.1 Merger, Acquisition and New Investment

1.5.2 Market SWOT Analysis

1.5.3 Drivers

1.5.4 Limitations

1.5.5 Opportunities and Development Trends

1.6 Global Granular Biochar Market Size Analysis from 2015 to 2027

1.6.1 Global Granular Biochar Market Size Analysis from 2015 to 2027 by Consumption Volume

1.6.2 Global Granular Biochar Market Size Analysis from 2015 to 2027 by Value

1.6.3 Global Granular Biochar Price Trends Analysis from 2015 to 2027

2 Global Granular Biochar Competition by Types, Applications, and Top Regions and Countries

2.1 Global Granular Biochar (Volume and Value) by Type

2.1.1 Global Granular Biochar Consumption and Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

2.1.2 Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

2.2 Global Granular Biochar (Volume and Value) by Application

2.2.1 Global Granular Biochar Consumption and Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

2.2.2 Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

2.3 Global Granular Biochar (Volume and Value) by Region

2.3.1 Global Granular Biochar Consumption and Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

2.3.2 Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

3 United States Granular Biochar Market Analysis

3.1 United States Granular Biochar Consumption and Value Analysis

3.2 United States Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

3.3 United States Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

4 Europe Granular Biochar Market Analysis

4.1 Europe Granular Biochar Consumption and Value Analysis

4.2 Europe Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

4.3 Europe Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

4.4 Europe Granular Biochar Consumption by Top Countries

4.4.1 Germany Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

4.4.2 UK Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

4.4.3 France Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

4.4.4 Italy Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

4.4.5 Spain Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

4.4.6 Poland Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

4.4.7 Russia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

5 China Granular Biochar Market Analysis

5.1 China Granular Biochar Consumption and Value Analysis

5.2 China Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

5.3 China Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

6 Japan Granular Biochar Market Analysis

6.1 Japan Granular Biochar Consumption and Value Analysis

6.2 Japan Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

6.3 Japan Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

7 Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Market Analysis

7.1 Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption and Value Analysis

7.2 Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

7.3 Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

7.4 Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption by Top Countries

7.4.1 Indonesia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

7.4.2 Thailand Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

7.4.3 Philippines Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

7.4.4 Malaysia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

7.4.5 Singapore Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

7.4.6 Vietnam Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

8 India Granular Biochar Market Analysis

8.1 India Granular Biochar Consumption and Value Analysis

8.2 India Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

8.3 India Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

9 Brazil Granular Biochar Market Analysis

9.1 Brazil Granular Biochar Consumption and Value Analysis

9.2 Brazil Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

9.3 Brazil Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

10 GCC Countries Granular Biochar Market Analysis

10.1 GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption and Value Analysis

10.2 GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

10.3 GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

10.4 GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Major Countries

10.4.1 Saudi Arabia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

10.4.2 United Arab Emirates Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

10.4.3 Qatar Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

10.4.4 Bahrain Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

11 Manufacturers Profiles

11.1 Agri-Tech Producers

11.1.1 Business Overview

11.1.2 Products Analysis

11.1.3 Agri-Tech Producers Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.1.4 Agri-Tech Producers Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.2 ElementC6

11.2.1 Business Overview

11.2.2 Products Analysis

11.2.3 ElementC6 Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.2.4 ElementC6 Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.3 Carbon Terra

11.3.1 Business Overview

11.3.2 Products Analysis

11.3.3 Carbon Terra Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.3.4 Carbon Terra Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.4 Kina

11.4.1 Business Overview

11.4.2 Products Analysis

11.4.3 Kina Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.4.4 Kina Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.5 Swiss Biochar GmbH

11.5.1 Business Overview

11.5.2 Products Analysis

11.5.3 Swiss Biochar GmbH Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.5.4 Swiss Biochar GmbH Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.6 BioChar Products

11.6.1 Business Overview

11.6.2 Products Analysis

11.6.3 BioChar Products Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.6.4 BioChar Products Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.7 Carbon Gold

11.7.1 Business Overview

11.7.2 Products Analysis

11.7.3 Carbon Gold Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.7.4 Carbon Gold Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.8 Cool Planet

11.8.1 Business Overview

11.8.2 Products Analysis

11.8.3 Cool Planet Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.8.4 Cool Planet Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.9 Biochar Now

11.9.1 Business Overview

11.9.2 Products Analysis

11.9.3 Biochar Now Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.9.4 Biochar Now Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.10 Diacarbon Energy

11.10.1 Business Overview

11.10.2 Products Analysis

11.10.3 Diacarbon Energy Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.10.4 Diacarbon Energy Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.11 The Biochar Company

11.11.1 Business Overview

11.11.2 Products Analysis

11.11.3 The Biochar Company Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.11.4 The Biochar Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

11.12 BlackCarbon

11.12.1 Business Overview

11.12.2 Products Analysis

11.12.3 BlackCarbon Granular Biochar Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin

11.12.4 BlackCarbon Granular Biochar Sales by Region

12 Marketing Strategy Analysis

12.1 Marketing Channel

12.1.1 Direct Marketing

12.1.2 Indirect Marketing

12.1.3 Marketing Channel Development Trend

12.2 Market Positioning

12.2.1 Pricing Strategy

12.2.2 Brand Strategy

12.2.3 Target Client

12.3 Distributors/Traders List

13 Global Granular Biochar Market Forecast (2020-2027)

13.1 Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume, Revenue and Price Forecast (2020-2027)

13.1.1 Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

13.1.2 Global Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

13.1.3 Global Granular Biochar Price and Trend Forecast (2020-2027)

13.2 Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume, Value and Growth Rate Forecast by Region (2020-2027)

13.2.1 Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume and Growth Rate Forecast by Region (2020-2027)

13.2.2 Global Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast by Region (2020-2027)

13.3 Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume, Revenue and Price Forecast by Type (2020-2027)

13.3.1 Global Granular Biochar Consumption Forecast by Type (2020-2027)

13.3.2 Global Granular Biochar Revenue Forecast by Type (2020-2027)

13.3.3 Global Granular Biochar Price Forecast by Type (2020-2027)

13.4 Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume Forecast by Application (2020-2027)

14 Research Conclusions

15 Appendix

15.1 Methodology

15.2 Research Data Source

List of Tables and Figures

Global Granular Biochar Value ($) and Growth Rate Segment by Region 2015-2027

Global Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate Segment by Product Type from 2015-2027

Global Granular Biochar Value ($) and Growth Rate Segment by Application 2015-2027

Figure Granular Biochar Picture

Table Product Specifications of Granular Biochar

Figure Global Sales Market Share of Granular Biochar by Type in 2019

Table Types of Granular Biochar

Figure Wood Source Biochar Picture

Figure Corn  Source Biochar Picture

Figure Wheat  Source Biochar Picture

Figure Others Picture

Figure Granular Biochar Consumption Market Share by Application in 2019

Table Application of Granular Biochar

Figure Soil Conditioner Picture

Figure Fertilizer Picture

Figure Others Picture

Figure United States Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Europe Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Germany Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure UK Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure France Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Italy Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Spain Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Poland Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Russia Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure China Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Japan Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Indonesia Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Thailand Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Philippines Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Malaysia Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Singapore Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Vietnam Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure India Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Brazil Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure GCC Countries Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Saudi Arabia Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure United Arab Emirates Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Qatar Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Figure Bahrain Granular Biochar Revenue ($) and Growth Rate (2015-2027)

Table Emerging and Growing Market of Granular Biochar

Table Industry Limitations

Table Opportunities and Development Trends

Figure Global Granular Biochar Market Size Analysis from 2015 to 2027 by Consumption Volume

Figure Global Granular Biochar Market Size Analysis from 2015 to 2027 by Value

Figure Global Granular Biochar Price Trends Analysis from 2015 to 2027

Table Global Granular Biochar Consumption and Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

Table Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

Figure Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

Table Global Granular Biochar Consumption and Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

Table Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

Figure Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

Table Global Granular Biochar Consumption and Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Table Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Figure Global Granular Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Figure United States Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure United States Granular Biochar Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure United States Granular Biochar Sales Price Analysis (2015-2020)

Table United States Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

Table United States Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

Figure Europe Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure Europe Granular Biochar Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure Europe Granular Biochar Sales Price Analysis (2015-2020)

Table Europe Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

Table Europe Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

Table Europe Granular Biochar Consumption by Top Countries

Figure Germany Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure UK Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure France Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Italy Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Spain Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Poland Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Russia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure China Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure China Granular Biochar Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure China Granular Biochar Sales Price Analysis (2015-2020)

Table China Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

Table China Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

Figure Japan Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure Japan Granular Biochar Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure Japan Granular Biochar Sales Price Analysis (2015-2020)

Table Japan Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

Table Japan Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

Figure Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Sales Price Analysis (2015-2020)

Table Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

Table Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

Table Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption by Top Countries

Figure Indonesia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Thailand Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Philippines Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Malaysia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Singapore Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Vietnam Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure India Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure India Granular Biochar Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure India Granular Biochar Sales Price Analysis (2015-2020)

Table India Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

Table India Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

Figure Brazil Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure Brazil Granular Biochar Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure Brazil Granular Biochar Sales Price Analysis (2015-2020)

Table Brazil Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

Table Brazil Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

Figure GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure GCC Countries Granular Biochar Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

Figure GCC Countries Granular Biochar Sales Price Analysis (2015-2020)

Table GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Type

Table GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption Structure by Application

Table GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption Volume by Major Countries

Figure Saudi Arabia Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure United Arab Emirates Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Qatar Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Figure Bahrain Granular Biochar Consumption Volume from 2015 to 2020

Table Agri-Tech Producers Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table ElementC6 Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table Carbon Terra Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table Kina Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table Swiss Biochar GmbH Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table BioChar Products Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table Carbon Gold Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table Cool Planet Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table Biochar Now Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table Diacarbon Energy Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table The Biochar Company Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Table BlackCarbon Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Figure Company Sales and Growth Rate

Figure Company Revenue ($) Market Share 2015-2020

Figure Company Granular Biochar Sales by Region

Table Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base

Table Products Analysis

Figure Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Global Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Global Granular Biochar Price and Trend Forecast (2020-2027)

Table Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume Forecast by Region (2020-2027)

Table Global Granular Biochar Value Forecast by Region (2020-2027)

Figure United States Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure United States Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Europe Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Europe Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Europe Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Germany Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Germany Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure UK Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure UK Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure France Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure France Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Italy Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Italy Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Spain Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Spain Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Poland Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Poland Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Russia Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Russia Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure China Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure China Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Japan Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Japan Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Southeast Asia Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Indonesia Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Indonesia Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Thailand Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Thailand Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Philippines Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Philippines Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Malaysia Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Malaysia Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Singapore Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Singapore Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Vietnam Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Vietnam Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure India Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure India Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Brazil Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Brazil Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure GCC Countries Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure GCC Countries Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Saudi Arabia Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Saudi Arabia Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure United Arab Emirates Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure United Arab Emirates Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Qatar Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Qatar Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Bahrain Granular Biochar Consumption and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Figure Bahrain Granular Biochar Value and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2027)

Table Global Granular Biochar Consumption Forecast by Type (2020-2027)

Table Global Granular Biochar Revenue Forecast by Type (2020-2027)

Figure Global Granular Biochar Price Forecast by Type (2020-2027)

Table Global Granular Biochar Consumption Volume Forecast by Application (2020-2027)

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Global “Biochar Fine Granules Market” 2020 Global Industry Research Report is deep analysis by historical and current status of the market/industries for Global Biochar Fine Granules industry. Also, research report categorizes the global Biochar Fine Granules market by Segment by Player, Type, Application, Marketing Channel, and Region. Biochar Fine Granules Market report also tracks the latest market dynamics, such as driving factors, restraining factors, and industry news like mergers, acquisitions, and investments. Biochar Fine Granules Market Research Report provides market size (value and volume), market share, growth rate by types, applications, and combines both qualitative and quantitative methods to make micro and macro forecasts.

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Major Points from Table of Contents:

1 Biochar Fine Granules Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Biochar Fine Granules
1.2 Biochar Fine Granules Segment by Type
1.2.1 Global Biochar Fine Granules Sales Growth Rate Comparison by Type (2021-2026)
1.2.2 Wood Source Biochar
1.2.3 Corn Source Biochar
1.2.4 Wheat Source Biochar
1.2.5 Others
1.3 Biochar Fine Granules Segment by Application
1.3.1 Biochar Fine Granules Sales Comparison by Application: 2020 VS 2026
1.3.2 Soil Conditioner
1.3.3 Fertilizer
1.3.4 Others
1.4 Global Biochar Fine Granules Market Size Estimates and Forecasts
1.4.1 Global Biochar Fine Granules Revenue 2015-2026
1.4.2 Global Biochar Fine Granules Sales 2015-2026
1.4.3 Biochar Fine Granules Market Size by Region: 2020 Versus 2026

2 Global Biochar Fine Granules Market Competition by Manufacturers
2.1 Global Biochar Fine Granules Sales Market Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)
2.2 Global Biochar Fine Granules Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)
2.3 Global Biochar Fine Granules Average Price by Manufacturers (2015-2020)
2.4 Manufacturers Biochar Fine Granules Manufacturing Sites, Area Served, Product Type
2.5 Biochar Fine Granules Market Competitive Situation and Trends
2.5.1 Biochar Fine Granules Market Concentration Rate
2.5.2 Global Top 5 and Top 10 Players Market Share by Revenue
2.5.3 Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)
2.6 Manufacturers Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans
2.7 Primary Interviews with Key Biochar Fine Granules Players (Opinion Leaders)

3 Biochar Fine Granules Retrospective Market Scenario by Region
3.1 Global Biochar Fine Granules Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-2020
3.2 Global Biochar Fine Granules Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2020
3.3 North America Biochar Fine Granules Market Facts & Figures by Country
3.3.1 North America Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Country
3.3.2 North America Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Country
3.3.3 U.S.
3.3.4 Canada
3.4 Europe Biochar Fine Granules Market Facts & Figures by Country
3.4.1 Europe Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Country
3.4.2 Europe Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Country
3.4.3 Germany
3.4.4 France
3.4.5 U.K.
3.4.6 Italy
3.4.7 Russia
3.5 Asia Pacific Biochar Fine Granules Market Facts & Figures by Region
3.5.1 Asia Pacific Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Region
3.5.2 Asia Pacific Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Region
3.5.3 China
3.5.4 Japan
3.5.5 South Korea
3.5.6 India
3.5.7 Australia
3.5.8 Taiwan
3.5.9 Indonesia
3.5.10 Thailand
3.5.11 Malaysia
3.5.12 Philippines
3.5.13 Vietnam
3.6 Latin America Biochar Fine Granules Market Facts & Figures by Country
3.6.1 Latin America Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Country
3.6.2 Latin America Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Country
3.6.3 Mexico
3.6.3 Brazil
3.6.3 Argentina
3.7 Middle East and Africa Biochar Fine Granules Market Facts & Figures by Country
3.7.1 Middle East and Africa Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Country
3.7.2 Middle East and Africa Biochar Fine Granules Sales by Country
3.7.3 Turkey
3.7.4 Saudi Arabia
3.7.5 U.A.E
4 Global Biochar Fine Granules Historic Market Analysis by Type
4.1 Global Biochar Fine Granules Sales Market Share by Type (2015-2020)
4.2 Global Biochar Fine Granules Revenue Market Share by Type (2015-2020)
4.3 Global Biochar Fine Granules Price Market Share by Type (2015-2020)
4.4 Global Biochar Fine Granules Market Share by Price Tier (2015-2020): Low-End, Mid-Range and High-End

5 Global Biochar Fine Granules Historic Market Analysis by Application
5.1 Global Biochar Fine Granules Sales Market Share by Application (2015-2020)
5.2 Global Biochar Fine Granules Revenue Market Share by Application (2015-2020)
5.3 Global Biochar Fine Granules Price by Application (2015-2020)

6 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Biochar Fine Granules Business
6.1 Cool Planet Energy Systems
6.1.1 Corporation Information
6.1.2 Cool Planet Energy Systems Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.1.3 Cool Planet Energy Systems Biochar Fine Granules Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.1.4 Cool Planet Energy Systems Products Offered
6.1.5 Cool Planet Energy Systems Recent Development
6.2 Biochar Supreme
6.2.1 Biochar Supreme Biochar Fine Granules Production Sites and Area Served
6.2.2 Biochar Supreme Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.2.3 Biochar Supreme Biochar Fine Granules Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.2.4 Biochar Supreme Products Offered
6.2.5 Biochar Supreme Recent Development
6.3 NextChar
6.3.1 NextChar Biochar Fine Granules Production Sites and Area Served
6.3.2 NextChar Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.3.3 NextChar Biochar Fine Granules Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.3.4 NextChar Products Offered
6.3.5 NextChar Recent Development
6.4 Terra Char
6.4.1 Terra Char Biochar Fine Granules Production Sites and Area Served
6.4.2 Terra Char Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.4.3 Terra Char Biochar Fine Granules Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.4.4 Terra Char Products Offered
6.4.5 Terra Char Recent Development
6.5 CharGrow
6.5.1 CharGrow Biochar Fine Granules Production Sites and Area Served
6.5.2 CharGrow Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.5.3 CharGrow Biochar Fine Granules Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.5.4 CharGrow Products Offered
6.5.5 CharGrow Recent Development
6.6 Pacific Biochar
6.6.1 Pacific Biochar Biochar Fine Granules Production Sites and Area Served
6.6.2 Pacific Biochar Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.6.3 Pacific Biochar Biochar Fine Granules Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.6.4 Pacific Biochar Products Offered
6.6.5 Pacific Biochar Recent Development
6.7 Biochar Now
6.6.1 Biochar Now Biochar Fine Granules Production Sites and Area Served
6.6.2 Biochar Now Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.6.3 Biochar Now Biochar Fine Granules Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.4.4 Biochar Now Products Offered
6.7.5 Biochar Now Recent Development
6.8 The Biochar Company (TBC)
6.8.1 The Biochar Company (TBC) Biochar Fine Granules Production Sites and Area Served
6.8.2 The Biochar Company (TBC) Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.8.3 The Biochar Company (TBC) Biochar Fine Granules Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.8.4 The Biochar Company (TBC) Products Offered
6.8.5 The Biochar Company (TBC) Recent Development

7 Biochar Fine Granules Manufacturing Cost Analysis
7.1 Biochar Fine Granules Key Raw Materials Analysis
7.1.1 Key Raw Materials
7.1.2 Key Raw Materials Price Trend
7.1.3 Key Suppliers of Raw Materials
7.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure
7.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Biochar Fine Granules
7.4 Biochar Fine Granules Industrial Chain Analysis

8 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
8.1 Marketing Channel
8.2 Biochar Fine Granules Distributors List
8.3 Biochar Fine Granules Customers

9 Market Dynamics
9.1 Market Trends
9.2 Opportunities and Drivers
9.3 Challenges
9.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

10 Global Market Forecast
10.1 Global Biochar Fine Granules Market Estimates and Projections by Type
10.1.1 Global Forecasted Sales of Biochar Fine Granules by Type (2021-2026)
10.1.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Biochar Fine Granules by Type (2021-2026)
10.2 Biochar Fine Granules Market Estimates and Projections by Application
10.2.1 Global Forecasted Sales of Biochar Fine Granules by Application (2021-2026)
10.2.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Biochar Fine Granules by Application (2021-2026)
10.3 Biochar Fine Granules Market Estimates and Projections by Region
10.3.1 Global Forecasted Sales of Biochar Fine Granules by Region (2021-2026)
10.3.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Biochar Fine Granules by Region (2021-2026)
10.4 North America Biochar Fine Granules Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)
10.5 Europe Biochar Fine Granules Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)
10.6 Asia Pacific Biochar Fine Granules Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)
10.7 Latin America Biochar Fine Granules Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)
10.8 Middle East and Africa Biochar Fine Granules Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)
11 Research Finding and Conclusion

12 Methodology and Data Source
12.1 Methodology/Research Approach
12.1.1 Research Programs/Design
12.1.2 Market Size Estimation
12.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation
12.2 Data Source
12.2.1 Secondary Sources
12.2.2 Primary Sources
12.3 Author List
12.4 Disclaimer

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Difference Between Biochar and Charcoal

1 July, 2020
 

The key difference between biochar and charcoal is that biochar is a type of charcoal that is made via the modern pyrolysis method, whereas charcoal is produced either from the older method or from the modern method.

Charcoal is a substance that is high in carbon, and it is obtained via the pyrolysis of biomass in the absence of oxygen.

1. Overview and Key Difference
2. What is Biochar
3. What is Charcoal
4. Side by Side Comparison – Biochar vs Charcoal in Tabular Form
5. Summary

Biochar is a type of charcoal that is used for soil amendment. This is important in both carbon sequestration and for soil health. It is a stable solid substance that is rich in carbon, and it can endure in soil for a very long time (e.g. thousand years). Similar to most of the charcoal types, biochar is also made from the pyrolysis of biomass.

Moreover, biochar is important in increasing soil fertility (of acidic soil types), increasing soil productivity, providing protection against some soil-borne diseases, etc. We can define biochar as a high-carbon, finely grained residue that is made from the modern pyrolysis process. Here, the direct thermal decomposition of biomass in the absence of oxygen forms a mixture of solids, bio-oil and syngas. The solid residue in this mixture is the biochar. The yield of this pyrolysis depends on the temperature, pressure, residence time, heating rate, etc.

Charcoal is a porous black solid, consisting of an amorphous form of carbon. We can obtain this material as a residue when wood, bone, or other organic matter is heated in the absence of air. There are different types of charcoal, as follows:

Pyrolysis is the process we can use to produce charcoal. It can be done in two ways: the older method and the new/modern method.

According to the source of the charcoal, we can categorize it into several forms such as,

When considering the uses of charcoal, it is mostly important as a fuel. Charcoal is useful for blacksmiths since charcoal burns at higher temperatures such as 2700oC. As an industrial fuel, charcoal is used for smelting of iron. A more common use of charcoal, especially activated charcoal, is its use for purification purposes. Activated charcoal readily adsorbs chemical compounds such as organic impurities. Charcoal can also be used as a source of carbon in chemical reactions.

Charcoal is a substance that is high in carbon, and it is obtained via the pyrolysis of biomass in the absence of oxygen. Biochar is a type of charcoal that is used for soil amendment. The key difference between biochar and charcoal is that biochar is a type of charcoal that is made via the modern pyrolysis method, whereas charcoal is produced either from the older method or from the modern method.

Below infographic presents more details about the difference between biochar and charcoal.

Biochar is a type of charcoal. The key difference between biochar and charcoal is that biochar is a type of charcoal that is made thought the modern pyrolysis method, whereas charcoal is produced either from the older method or from the modern method.

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Doolan family are investing in a sustainable future

1 July, 2020
 

Sustainability is the key to the future for Ecklin South dairy farmers Sam and Peter Doolan and at the very centre of that philosophy is carbon farming.

The brothers milk 580 cows along with their wives Belinda and Bonnie and parents Carol and Sam (senior) and today’s management is very much about setting the family farm up for what will be the future for the fourth generation.

As members of the Heytesbury District Landcare Network (HDLN), the family have shared a common goal of improving environmental outcomes for the family farm and the demise of milk processor Murray Goulburn became the instigator for some real change as the business looked to cut costs and tighten the bottom line.

“We were looking at every aspect of our business from more efficient use of fertiliser, to compost and bio-char, growing more grass and reducing energy costs,” Sam said.

The brothers were very interested in the process of storing carbon and around the same time their mum stumbled across a research project into keeping carbon on the farm.

“They were looking for a trial farm as part of the project we submitted an expression of interest form and were successful.”

The Keeping Carbon on the Farm project looked at increasing carbon sequestration in the soil profile, reducing energy use and understanding impacts of climate change on regional dairy farms -there was an expected outcome at the end of the project to see improvements in productivity and soil and animal health – objectives that very much appealed to the Doolan family.

An energy audit was completed before commencement of the project in April 2019 with another to be completed mid-2020, three test sites will also be monitored to check carbon and microbial activity.

“We have been involved in exploring the benefits of applying ameliorants including biochar and compost, testing the soil and studying soil biology with the goal of retaining carbon in the soil. Through this process we can reduce fertiliser costs while still growing higher quality feed,” Sam said.

With a milking platform of around 280 ha, the family have begun adopting the process of growing multi specie crops to create biodiversity in the soil.

“Allowing different plants to share nutrients with each other reduces the amount of fertiliser needed. It also gives the cows access to a balanced diet reducing our need for purchasing feed and additives,” he said.

Revegetation is also a significant part of the process and the family have planted 5000 seedlings across 2.5ha.

“We are looking to provide shelter for our stock, capture atmospheric carbon dioxide and provide habitat for our local wildlife – mum is very interested in the bio-diversity side of things.”

The installation of a 36KW and 10KW solar PV system has created instant savings for the family of an estimated $8000 over the first 12 months.

“We have already started to reduce power consumption, GHG emissions and power costs. We have also installed a diesel generator for backup if the power goes out or the cost of electricity becomes too much – it’s a good feeling to have the option of diesel if we ever need it.”

Throughout the project the family have hosted a couple of successful filed days with over 50 farmers and service providers in attendance.

“Before COVID-19, climate change was probably one of the most talked about issues on farm. We are hoping our involvement in a project like this will help to change the mindset of the dairy farming community.

“I think we can make huge inroads into improving our management to benefit our farming environment and ensure we have a sustainable industry in the future.”


Plant Analysis As A Guide To The Nutrient Requirements Of Temparate And Tropical Crops. Effects …

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Patterns of plant carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus. – PNAS Apr 16, 2018. Plant nitrogen N and phosphorus P content regulate productivity and. requirements, plants allocate biomass and nutrients between woody. in leaves, stems, and roots with mean annual temperature. 2001 Laboratory Guide for Conducting Soil Tests and Plant Analysis CRC Press, New York.Alfalfa Management Guide – American Society of Agronomy Selecting fields with well-drained soil, adding lime and nutrients if needed, selecting. needs of the seeding year crop includ- ing the companion. Plant tissue analysis can determine the nutritional. may occur if the temperature exceeds.Estimating nutrient uptake requirements for soybean. – PLOS May 12, 2017. Estimating balanced nutrient requirements for soybean Glycine max L. The quantitative evaluation of the fertility of tropical soils QUEFTS model can quantify crop nutrient. The region was dominated by a cool temperate climate with a. For analysis of the observed nutrient uptake, harvested plant.

APES Chapter 3-4,5 Data Analysis Flashcards Quizlet||Crop nutrient replacement: calculator for fertiliser requirements

APES Chapter 3-4,5 Data Analysis. Matter, in the form of nutrients, cycles within and among ecosystems and the biosphere, and human activities are altering these chemical cycles. The elements and compounds that make up nutrients move continually through air, water, soil, rock, and living organisms within ecosystems.. The Bulletin reviews the information on the use of leaf analysis and soil testing for plantation tree crops such as rubber, oil palm, cocoa, and coconut, with an emphasis on Malaysia’s experience. In addition, critical levels of nutrient elements in leaf tissues for these crops are reported. This is accompanied by a discussion on the combined use of soil testing and leaf analysis to assess nutrient needs and fertilizer rates. Abstracts in Other Languages: 中文(1161), 日本語(1046), 한국어(1294) Plant tissues, particularly leaves, are analyzed to determine the nutrient content in the sample and hence in the selected stand of the crop, with a view to utilizing the data to improve fertilizer use efficiency and/or to confirm visual symptoms. The potential role of leaf analysis in fertilizer use includes evaluation of the rates of nutrient inputs needed; checking on nutrient deficiencies and any imbalance, interaction or antagonisms; and determination of whether the fertilizers applied are being utilized by the plants..
Applying biochar to soil is thought to have multiple benefits, from helping mitigate climate change [1, 2], to managing waste [3] to conserving soil [4]. Biochar is also widely assumed to boost crop yield [5, 6], but there is controversy regarding the extent and cause of any yield benefit [7]. Here we use a global-scale meta-analysis to show that biochar has, on average, no effect on crop yield in temperate latitudes, yet elicits a 25% average increase in yield in the tropics. In the tropics, biochar increased yield through liming and fertilization, consistent with the low soil p H, low fertility, and low fertilizer inputs typical of arable tropical soils. We also found that, in tropical soils, high-nutrient biochar inputs stimulated yield substantially more than low-nutrient biochar, further supporting the role of nutrient fertilization in the observed yield stimulation. In contrast, arable soils in temperate regions are moderate in p H, higher in fertility, and generally receive higher fertilizer inputs, leaving little room for additional benefits from biochar. Our findings demonstrate that the yield-stimulating effects of biochar are not universal, but may especially benefit agriculture in low-nutrient, acidic soils in the tropics. Biochar management in temperate zones should focus on potential non-yield benefits such as lime and fertilizer cost savings, greenhouse gas emissions control, and other ecosystem services. Original content from this work may be used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 licence. Any further distribution of this work must maintain attribution to the author(s) and the title of the work, journal citation and DOI. Biochar is a heterogeneous combination of pyrogenic compounds with varying physical and chemical properties that interact with soil [8], economically valuable crops, and aquatic organisms [9] and their environment, in a variety of ways [5, 10]. The range and extent of such interactions, in turn, determines the consequences for ecosystem functions and services. It is often claimed to address multiple environmental problems simultaneously, while also benefitting agriculture. Biochar has been shown to increase soil carbon storage, soil fertility, and soil water holding capacity [1, 5, 6, 11, 12], effects that are often described as consistent and universal [13, 14]. However, there is evidence to the contrary: biochar can suppress plant growth [5, 15] and reduce nutrient availability [16]. While some management actions are reversible [17], biochar application to soil is not, which urges caution. Past syntheses have quantified the effects of biochar application to soil on crop productivity [5, 6, 14, 15, 18], but under-representation of certain environmental variables and crop types [5, 6, 18], along with restrictive inclusion criteria [5, 6, 14], call into question the generality of their conclusions. Here, we compile 1125 observations from 109 independent studies of the effects of biochar on yield (See supplementary information for reference list and table S1, available at org/ERL/12/053001/mmedia for attribution of papers to each category for analysis), to produce a substantially larger and more representative database than used in past syntheses, spanning temperate and tropical regions and a wide range of soil conditions, to test whether the effect of biochar is driven by interactions with soil p H and the introduction of nutrients in the biochar. Gaining such an understanding of the mechanism underlying biochar’s observed effect on crop productivity is vital to allow effective predictions as to the probably longevity of such effects. Here we focus on soil p H effects and potential fertilisation effects as our previous work has indicated these as likely drivers of observed yield effects [5, 7, 15]. If yield increases are due to a fertilisation effect of nutrients available from the applied biochar, such increases will only last for the duration of increased nutrient availability. Conversely, if yield increases are due to a p H effect, they should only be expected to last for as long as the soil p H is ameliorated, expected to be measured in years rather than decades to centuries as for the residence time of the biochar C in soils [13, 19]. Overall, biochar increased crop yield by a grand mean of 13% (figure 1), similar to previously reported meta-analyses, which were 10% [5] and 11% [6]. However, without geographical consideration these global averages may belie important variation. Previous studies had a strong numerical bias towards the tropics [5, 6, 14, 15]. This current analysis allows geographical partitioning because it has similar numbers of pairwise comparisons from the two main climatic zones: ≤35th degree latitude including the tropics and subtropics (hereafter called ‘tropics’) and ). However, it should be noted that the pairwise comparisons from temperate regions were drawn from fewer papers, suggesting that larger experiments were run at temperate latitudes and so the independence of the data from such studies was lower than that of the tropical studies. Nevertheless, the observed difference in yield effect of biochar application to soils at the different latitudes is sufficiently large that it is unlikely to be greatly impacted by this potential bias; the result for temperate latitudes is still based on a large data set of 44 independent papers. We found biochar amendment to soils in temperate regions to significantly decrease crop yield, averaging approximately −3% (figure 1) at a median biochar application rate of 30 t ha (online supplementary figure 12). Even when we only consider field experiments, to exclude any forcing of negative effects in pot studies, we find no effect of biochar on crop yield (supplementary figure 13). This contrasts with soils in tropical regions where crop yields significantly increase by approximately 25% (figure 1) at a median biochar application rate of 15 t ha (online supplementary figure 12). These results show that the effects of biochar on yield cannot be extrapolated from tropical to temperate regions [20]. The reason for the differences in application rates between temperate and tropical systems is unclear. However, it is likely impacted by the fact that potential feedstock materials are more restricted in the tropics, where the produced biomass is generally used for other purposes [20]. That yield increases were seen in tropical soils despite the lower biochar application rate used for temperate soils provides evidence for the hypothesis that yield benefits derive from a nutrient effect. If the nutrients that can be provided by the biochar are already not limiting to crop growth, as is more likely the case in the relatively fertile temperate soils compared to tropical soils, then adding more nutrients is unlikely to have any impact [21]. What causes the disproportionate yield increase in the tropics? We found that the yield stimulation was highest for soils with lower initial soil p H, prior to biochar application, and the effect systematically declined as initial soil p H increased (figure 1 and sup supplementary figure 14()). However, this pattern was observed for tropical data and not for temperate soils. This suggests that, to a large extent, the yield-stimulating property of biochar derives from an effect of soil liming, similar to that found for natural chars in wildfire-affected ecosystems [23]. The p H of biochars applied in the studies we synthesized was high (median p H = 9.0), consistent with a larger liming effect on the acidic tropical soils (median p H = 5.7) compared to the more neutral temperate soils (median p H = 6.9). As soil p H was unlikely causing yield penalties in temperate soils, as suggested by the neutral median p H, it should be expected that application of any material applied with the aim of ameliorating acidic soil p H would have little to no effect in such soils. In temperate soils, crop yields are often already near their maximum potential [24, 25]. Nevertheless, the general expectation has been that biochar could improve crop yields by further improving soil fertility by a range of posited mechanisms [22] (see also Supplementary Information). In contrast, data presented here suggest no effect or potentially a negative effect on yields in temperate soils. A possible mechanism for this observed effect may be that biochar raised the soil p H too much (i.e. over-liming) leading to immobilisation of key (micro)nutrients, such as manganese, iron, boron, and phosphorus. Most studies did not report the change in soil p H following biochar application, which indicates that the liming effect was often not considered in the experimental design. However, the addition of biochar with a p H that is two units higher than that of the soil, at the median biochar application rate (30 t ha), is very likely to have increased the p H beyond the optimum for soil fertility in many cases. To gain further insight into the mechanisms underlying biochar’s influence on crop yield, we sub-divided the feedstocks used to produce biochars into two categories: ‘Nutrient’ such as manures and biosolids, which have a strong potential to provide a fertilising effect; and ‘Structure’ such as wood and straw, which are likely to have negligible fertilisation effects, but may provide a soil structural effect (i.e. increasing water retention [26], decreasing bulk density or providing refugia for soil organisms [8, 26]; supplementary table 2). This contrasts with temperate soils where yields show no stimulation following application of either Structure (−3%) or of Nutrient biochars (−1%). In the generally nutrient-poor tropical soils, addition of Nutrient biochars produces more than three times the increase in crop yield than that by addition of Structure biochars, i.e. This indicates that biochar’s effect on crop yield under nutrient-limited conditions derives largely from a fertilisation effect from nutrients that are co-introduced with the biochar, possibly acting in combination with a liming effect due to biochar’s high p H. However, it should be noted that in all cases, treatments with biochar are compared to controls without biochar. As we have argued previously, it is necessary to be able to compare the impacts of biochar application to the impacts of application of the feedstock from which the biochar is made [7]. This would allow identification of biochar effects , i.e. beyond those that would have been expected from the application of the feedstock in unpyrolysed form. However, currently there are not sufficient published studies utilising such an experimental set up to allow such a meta-analysis to be performed. Further research is needed with appropriate use of experimental controls. Such application of positive controls will also allow the empirical verification as to whether the mechanisms suggested by this analysis are indeed the key mechanisms. No other biochar properties previously found to be key drivers for other biochar impacts were found to modulate the yield response, including maximum production temperature [27] (supplementary figure 6) or H: Corg [28] (supplementary figure 8). Figure 1 Influence of initial soil p H, latitude, and feedstock type on crop yields following biochar application. See online supplementary table 3 for more details on this categorisation. Biochar feedstock was categorised by its main contributing property: predominantly structural (e.g. Points show means, bars show 95% confidence intervals. The numbers in parentheses show the number of pairwise comparisons on which that statistic is based (left) and the number of independent publications from which the data were drawn (right). Our results show that biochar can be a useful tool to improve crop yield in nutrient-poor and acidic soils. The implication of this finding is crucial considering that approximately 30% of the world’s soils are acidic, including more than 50% of potential arable land [29]. In the tropical zone, adoption of biochar as a management technique may be driven by farmers’ considering yield benefits as well as potential reductions in liming and fertiliser costs, also depending on the eventual market price of biochar compared to agricultural lime [30]. In the temperate zone, biochar may also contribute to reduced fertiliser and liming costs, if applied periodically at low application rates, rather than the one-off applications used in the studies in our database. The economic returns from using biochar in these soils may be higher than those from using lime after accounting for non-yield-related effects, such as carbon sequestration [3, 18]. A meta-analysis on tree growth responses following biochar amendment, based on 17 studies, found a 10% growth increase in temperate regions compared to 38% in tropical regions [23]. Forests are mostly located in the more naturally-constrained areas in the temperate zone, which is likely to explain the positive effect. However, the current study’s overall no-effect of biochar on arable crop yield in the temperate zone is a step further, which highlights the need for more careful consideration of the interactions between biochar and soil properties [31] for soils that are yielding near their maximum crop productivity. Biochar has been linked to important potential environmental benefits (e.g. carbon sequestration, NO mitigation, soil remediation, crop disease and pest suppression, soil water retention, etc.) [4, 10, 32, 33], which are beyond the scope of the current study. Future research should investigate the generality of these claims. If proven to be true for temperate soils, these benefits may justify the application of biochar when weighted against potential yield penalties. However, in light of this comprehensive analysis, the widespread hype of biochar use for crop yield effects must be questioned. Others have suggested that the global biochar research community needs to match biochars to soils and socio-economic conditions and have come up with ‘tailored treatments [10, 31, 32]. Our results indicate that, even for a basic and well-known agronomic factor such as liming, this matching has thus far mostly not happened, particularly in the temperate zone. We expect that our results will contribute to a compatibility system of the properties between biochars and soils to maximise its potential to enhance multiple ecosystem services and minimise trade-offs [5]. It is also crucial to identify the socio-economic conditions and options for biochar incentive mechanisms for climate change mitigation, particularly in instances where yield gains are likely to be minimal at best. Biochar is not always a win-win-win technology [7, 33, 34]. Web of Science, Scopus and Google Scholar were searched using ‘biochar AND crop productivity OR crop production OR crop yield’. The cut-off date for inclusion of studies in the database was 31 December 2014. To maximise the number of publications on which this analysis was based, all studies that reported quantitative results and fulfilled the following criteria were included (i.e. both pot and field experiments): i) report means and a measure of variance from which standard deviation could be calculated (when no measures of variance were given, efforts were made to obtain these from the corresponding authors); ii) the study design had to include replication ( ≥ 3) and randomisation; iii) only treatments from each study were included if a ‘control’ could be identified in which all factors, such as soil amendments, were the same as the biochar ‘treatment’, but without the application of biochar. All reported auxiliary variables for both soil and biochar properties were recorded in the database. A total of 111 publications, giving 1135 pairwise comparisons fulfilled these requirements and were included in the analysis. When contacted authors did not reply variances were interpolated as the coefficient of variance of all experimental means from that paper multiplied by the treatment mean. Each variance was then doubled to reduce the weighting of studies containing interpolated data in the final analysis. A database validation exercise was conducted whereby each co-author was randomly assigned three articles for which they had not entered the data. All appropriate cells in the database corresponding to these papers were then double checked. The error rate was found to be ~1%, usually consisting of typing input errors. With each of these errors now corrected, the database is assumed to have an error rate represents the mean of the control. Meta-analyses using this metric can have issues whereby the use of multiple pairwise comparisons means that the number of replicates that the statistic is based on may be artificially high; replicates from the control treatment may be used more than once in pairwise comparisons. This can lead to overconfidence in a reported statistic due to artificial reduction of the size of calculated 95% confidence intervals. Steps which can be taken to account for this bias [36, 37] have been shown to have little effect and sacrifice too much information [38, 39, 40]. As such, results from this analysis are reported on the level of single comparisons [41]. Figure 2 Map showing the global distribution of the 107 experimental sites included in the meta-analysis database for which data location data were available. Note that each marker may represent several studies published by the same research institute. We gratefully acknowledge the Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (no. GA 526/09/1762) of Simon Jeffery and the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) for the postdoctoral fellowships of Frank Verheijen (SFRH/BPD/107913/2015) and Ana Catarina Bastos (SFRH/BPD/98231/2013) as well as the Ph D fellowship of Marija Prodana (SFRH/BD/89891/2012). We are also grateful to all of those who replied to data requests: Dr R D Lentz, Dr B Nzanza, Dr P Tammeorg and Dr J A Alburquerque..
A wide variety of temperate, subtropical, and tropical fruit crops are grown commercially in Florida. Farm size ranges from large commercial operations exceeding 100 acres to small 1- or 2-acre “estate” farms. Irrigation and fertilization practices vary widely with crop, soil type, and management philosophy. However, many growers are adopting practices such as microirrigation, fertigation, and other technologies, which, if properly used, should reduce water and fertilizer inputs and minimize leaching and runoff of fertilizers and pesticides. Although fertilizer and irrigation recommendations exist for major crops such as avocado (A wide variety of temperate, subtropical, and tropical fruit crops are grown commercially in Florida..
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Avocado – DAFF Buyer’s guide. The 3 best-known avocado races each has specific climatic requirements as a. and require a cool, tropical climate without any extremes of temperature or humidity. Soil analysis, in addition to leaf analysis, increases the reliability of the. A cover crop prevents erosion and the loss of plant nutrients.

Biochar boosts tropical but not temperate crop yields. Here we use a global-scale meta-analysis to show that biochar has. We also found that, in tropical soils, high-nutrient biochar inputs stimulated yield.

Plant Nutrition & Ferilizers For Greenhouse Production Strates the availability of nutrients to plants at different media pH. Nitrogen and potas-sium are readily available at a wide pH range. Although phosphorus is more readily available at a low pH, phosphorus problems are not commonly observed in greenhouse crops. Calcium and magnesium are more readily available at a higher pH. At a low pH,

Leaf, stem, and wood samples were collected for nutrient analysis from a total of 639 trees belonging to. 20 dominant. The mineral nutrient status of plants is directly related to their growth and. Gautier, P. Eds. Plant Analysis as a Guide to the Nutrient Requirements of. Temperate and Tropical Crops. Lavoisier Publ.. 80006Fruit tree programme: Progress reports, February 1986 – March 1987Rosadi, M; Pudjiantoro, P; vd Noll, I; Savitri, EWorking Paper No. 2; Kali Konto Project, 1987; 34 p Abstract: A total of 17 cultivars of peach, nectarine, plum and apricot were introduced into the Konto river area. Fruiting is reported 13 months after planting for five out of seven peach cultivars and four out of six plum cultivars; nectarine and apricot were not producing yet. Availability : International Agrarian Centre (IAC); Lawickse Allee 11, 6701 AN Wageningen, the Netherlands NO. 71618Prunus armeniaca Mo Do Tat Loi Nhung cay thuoc va vi thuoc Vietnam [Medicinal plants and medicaments in Vietnam]; Vol..
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He realisation dawned with an artichoke flower bud, this gourmet delight that had not only survived but multiplied under my utter neglect. It had been a dizzying summer in our new garden started too late to harness the mild flush of spring. Our annuals had struggled under baking sun and then a dreary winter had snuffed out hope of even mild self-sufficiency until the following spring, 3pm the dreaded time that the flats next door snuffed out our sun each day. A year later our annual beds bloomed and tomatoes swayed seductively, it looked great and tasted better but it had been a slog against sun, wind and snail. We finally turned our attention to our little attempt at a food forest, planted and then forgotten for almost a year..

Soil is the unconsolidated mineral or organic material on the immediate surface of the earth, and serves as a natural medium for the growth of land. This surface material has been affected by environmental factors such as climate and organisms acting on parent material over a period of time. Modern plant analysis is used primarily as a source of information on plant nutrient status and, ultimately, as a tool to aid in nutrient management decisions. For nutrient management of crops, analytical data are used in various tests designed to: There are also other, less common applications, such as crop-quality measurements, regional nutrient status evaluations, assessment of crops for animal and human nutrition, and environmental protection. (a) a deficiency of it makes it impossible for the plant to complete the vegetative or reproductive stage of its life cycle; (b) such deficiency is specific to the element in question, and can be prevented or corrected only by supplying this element; and (c) the element is directly involved in the nutrition of the plant quite apart from its possible effects in correcting some unfavorable microbiological or chemical condition of the soil or other culture medium..
Overview Young orchards need regular fertilizing, irrigating, pruning and spraying. Irrigation is not available in all countries, but is recommended for new plantings. Pruning should be carried out in young orchards to improve tree structure, minimize wind damage and to increase fruit bearing area. Young trees can be infested with a number of insect pests and broad-leaf weeds and grasses growing through the leaf mulch also need to be controlled. Traditionally, orchards were planted at low densities of 100 to 200 trees per ha, and the trees thinned out when they began to crowd each other..


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Making biochar from sawdust

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New $18 million centre for transforming construction waste announced

2 July, 2020
 

Funding for a new research centre has been announced, with its work to focus on recycling for construction products and focussing on ten challenging waste streams.

 

The Australian Research Council Hub for Transformation of Reclaimed Waste Resources to Engineered Materials and Solutions for a Circular Economy is part of a response to the country’s landfill issues, according to a release for RMIT, which is the lead of nine universities and 36 partners involved in the new centre.

 

Research lead Professor Sujeeva Setunge said investigations would include, “changing behaviours, smart designs to minimise waste, optimum processing of waste and converting waste to energy, developing novel materials using recycling and upcycling technologies, and metrics and tools to encourage uptake of new materials and solutions.

 

“There is currently a material shortage for Australia’s $14 billion heavy construction industry, so this research to reclaim waste and transform it into new materials will deliver benefits both economically and environmentally.”

 

The ten waste streams of focus would be textile waste; biomass; tyres; glass; paper and cardboard; construction and demolition waste; fly ash; plastics; biochar and timber.

 

Industry partners include AGL Energy, ARRB Group, Downer EDI Works and Composite Reinforcement Solutions (CRS).

 

Roughly a third of construction waste currently ends up in landfill, with the country’s current landfill space predicted to be occupied by 2025.

 

The total value of the hub’s effort is budgeted at $18 million. The initiative shared in $25 million in federal funding announced on Thursday for five ARC Industrial Transformation Research hubs.

 

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Customised fabrication of nitrogen-doped biochar for environmental and energy applications

2 July, 2020
 

N-doped biochar can act as an efficient carbocatalyst in environmental and energy fields.

Manipulating N-doping methods and the operational parameters lead to controllable N-dopants population.

Different electroactive N-dopants play distinct role in electrochemical catalysis.

Knowledge gaps and future challenges for N-doped biochar development are discussed.

N-doped biochar can act as an efficient carbocatalyst in environmental and energy fields.

Manipulating N-doping methods and the operational parameters lead to controllable N-dopants population.

Different electroactive N-dopants play distinct role in electrochemical catalysis.

Knowledge gaps and future challenges for N-doped biochar development are discussed.

Global warming, environmental pollution, and energy shortage are causing severe environmental concerns for sustainable development. Conversion of various renewable biowastes into value-added carbon-based materials can be a promising option to alleviate these issues. The emergence of nitrogen (N)-doped biochar provides a versatile electroactive candidate suitable for environmental and energy applications. In this review, we scrutinise and highlight the customised production of N-doped biochars and their up-to-date applications in environmental remediation, energy storage, and biorefinery fields. With a comprehensive overview on the original precursor, the interspecies conversion, and the ultimate deactivation of various N-dopants in biochar-based carbocatalysis, their formation mechanisms, distinct electrochemical characteristics, fate in the environmental and energy applications, and electrochemical behaviour can be thoroughly analysed. Contemporary challenges that require to be addressed and perspectives on improving N-doping technique on biochar are articulated. Overall, this review helps to provide new insights into the customised production of N-doped biochar for its broader applications in sustainable carbocatalysis and green chemistry.


Catalytic degradation of sulfamethoxazole by persulfate activated with magnetic graphitized biochar

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Catalytic performance and mechanism of biochars for dechlorination of tetrachloroethylene in …

3 July, 2020
 

Biochar catalyzed the dechlorination of >99% PCE in sulfide solution.

Catalytic effect remained stable under both neutral and alkaline pH conditions.

Both biochar and sulfide concentrations affected the dechlorination rate.

Carbon and oxygen adjacent to pyridine nitrogen on biochar were the active sites of biochar.

Biochar catalyzed the dechlorination of >99% PCE in sulfide solution.

Catalytic effect remained stable under both neutral and alkaline pH conditions.

Both biochar and sulfide concentrations affected the dechlorination rate.

Carbon and oxygen adjacent to pyridine nitrogen on biochar were the active sites of biochar.

Biochar (BC) has been investigated as a natural and economical activator to treat organic contamination. Compared with commercial carbon materials, BCs have a better prospect of large-scale application. For the first time, this study certified degradation of tetrachloroethene (PCE) in sulfide-containing aqueous solutions catalyzed by wormwood-based BCs pyrolyzed at 600 °C, 700 °C, and 800 °C (BC600, BC700, and BC800). Interestingly, BC800 could catalyze PCE dechlorination and form acetylene and chloride ion with over 99% nontoxic transformation in neutral and alkaline pH conditions. Furthermore, materials surface properties, BC dosages and sulfide concentrations were considered as limiting factors for dechlorination, and the last one had the strongest influence. XPS analysis demonstrated that catalytic ability of BC was attributed to pyridine nitrogen (N6) on surface, because C and O adjacent to N6 strongly favor nucleophilic reactions. These results evaluated the applicability of degrading toxic chlorinated alkenes mediated by natural carbon materials in sulfide-containing environment.


Improvement of mechanical properties of clay in landfill lines with biochar additive

3 July, 2020
 

Compressibility and shear strength of clay barriers are some of the most important geotechnical properties in designing an effective and stable landfill containment system. Biochar has been widely used in soil improvement, soil remediation, and carbon sequestration. In this research study, clay that is used in landfill liners has been pre-mixed with biochar as an additive. Biochar was added to the soil with 0, 2.5, 5, 10, and 20% of biochar by weight. The biochar clay is tested for its effectiveness in improving the consolidation and shear strength properties of the material. Numerical modeling is used to examine characteristics of the capillary forces between biochar particles and soil particles. The effects of the amount of biochar on the shear strength of the clay under different consolidation pressures are analyzed. The results indicate that a biochar content of 5% provides the optimum improvement on the mechanical behavior of biochar-added soils. At a biochar content of 5%, under normal stresses of 50, 100, 200, and 400 kPa are equal respectively to 1.81, 1.39, 1.20, and 1.08 times the shear strength of the soil under the same normal stress with no biochar; the shear strength reaches the maximum value mainly due to a maximum increase in cohesion of the material while the angle of internal friction is decreasing. Although the shear strength of the biochar-added clay is increased with biochar content, the increase in strength relative to the soil without biochar is gradually decreasing with increased consolidation pressure. With increase in the distance between the biochar and clay particles, the capillary force first increases and then decreases. For the same separation distance between the clay and biochar particles, the capillary force between clay and clay particles is the smallest, while the capillary force between biochar and biochar particles is the largest, and the capillary force between the biochar and biochar particles is 1.78 times of that between the clay and clay particles under the same largest values. In general, biochar improves the shear strength of biochar-added soils.

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The authors would like to acknowledge financial support from the Henan Scientific and Technical Project under Grant No. 192102310480.

Correspondence to Binbin Yang.

Responsible Editor: Amjad Kallel

Received: 08 March 2020

Accepted: 22 June 2020

Published: 02 July 2020

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-020-05622-1

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In this study, the efficiency of biochar (BC) produced from sugarcane bagasse at different pyrolysis temperatures (300, 400, 500 and 600 ºC) for simultaneous removal of CdII, PbII, CuII, CrIII, NiII and ZnII ions from aqueous solutions was assessed. All BC were characterized using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), 13C nuclear magnetic resonance (13C NMR) and pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (Py-GC-MS). The effects of pyrolysis temperature, initial adsorbate concentration and adsorbent dosage on adorption capacity of BC were examined through batch experiments. The BC efficiency was also evaluated after a desorption cycle. The maximal adsorptions (CdII: 51.50%, CrIII: 74.35%, CuII: 91.18%, NiII: 47.05%, PbII: 96.17% and ZnII: 40.50%) were observed for BC produced at 500 ºC, probably because of its higher porosity and presence of functional groups detected by SEM and FTIR. The maximum adsorption capacity for CdII, CrIII, CuII, NiII and ZnII (ions fitted to Langmuir model) were 175, 303, 455, 156 and 128 µg g-1, respectively. The predominance of phenolic groups observed in Py-GC-MS data may explain the high percentage of multi-element removal. Experimental data were best fitted to pseudo-second order, Sips and Freundlich models. The BC presented good removal results after a desorption cycle.

Keywords: low-cost adsorbents; adsorption; heavy metals; multi-element solution; isotherms

Trace metals such as Cd, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn are classified as significant water pollutants due to their persistence, high toxicity and tendency of bioaccumulation.1 Although they occur naturally in rocks (geogenic sources), most of contamination sources and human exposure are derived from anthropogenic activities, including agriculture, battery, mining, textile and tanning industries.24 The rapid industrialization and urbanization are increasing the levels of these chemicals in environment, raising concerns over the impacts of these pollutants on ecosystems and human health. All these factors are also contributing to potable water scarcity, requiring the development of cheap and efficient techniques to simultaneously remove all dangerous chemicals from natural waters and effluents.5

The methods conventionally used to remove trace metals from aqueous solutions are chemical precipitation (e.g., hydroxide precipitation and sulfide precipitation), ion exchange and adsorption methods. The chemical precipitation is the most used from these methods for treatment in industry. It consists basically in a reaction between chemicals and trace metals producing insoluble precipitates, which can be removed via sedimentation or filtration.6 Ion exchange methods are known to have fast kinetics and high treatment capacity,7 involving for instance the use of a strong acid cation-exchanger (synthetic or natural solid resin) that removes the contaminants from water.6,7 Adsorption is a process that offers flexibility in the treatment and sometimes can be reversible, consisting in the accumulation of contaminants at the interface of two phases. The sorption can be physical (via van der Waals forces) or chemical (chemical bonding).6,8

Among all adsorption methods, biosorption is the most cost effective and environmentally friendly technique since it can provide a high trace metal removal efficiency and reduce the amounts of residues produced by agriculture.9 These residues include bagasse from crops, non-living biomass (bark, lignin, shrimp, krill, etc.) and algal or microbial biomass.6

A biosorbent largely used for treatment of contaminated waters with trace metals is biochar (BC), which is a carbon-rich material derived from the thermal decomposition of organic matter in low oxygen content atmosphere. It can be produced from a large range of feedstocks at different pyrolysis conditions that can change its adsorptions characteristics and removal efficiency.10 Furthermore, the presence of micro and/or mesoporous, surface functional groups (carboxyl, carbonyl, hydroxyl, among other groups) in its structure gives the BC a promising potential in removing trace metal ions from water systems. Despite this, very little is known about the removal efficiency of multiple trace metal ions coexisting in aqueous solutions (competitive adsorption) by BC from different materials, as pointed out by Park et al.11 These authors reported that Cd lost most of its adsorption capacity on BC of sesame straw under multielement (Cd, Cr, Cu, Pb and Zn) conditions. These ions can occur simultaneously in both natural waters and effluents (e.g., from textile dyeing industry), supporting this kind of investigation.12

Biochars produced from residues of local crops can be used as alternative adsorbent for trace metals removal. The BC used in this work was made from sugarcane bagasse (SB) since it is an important by-product of sugar production in the world and there is a great need to find a valuable destination for this type of waste. Brazil is the largest sugarcane producer country in the world, with a production of 652 million tons in the 2016/2017 harvest.13 This fact by itself demonstrates the great potential of the amount of agricultural residues production of the sugar industry. Among these residues, SB is one of the by-products created in massive volumes from sugar and alcohol industries.14 Nearly 123 million tons of sugarcane are produced every year in China, and about 5.2 million tons of sugarcane bagasse are generated annually.15 According to Saadati and Hosseininezhad,16 one of the problems of the sugar industry is the management of the large amount of produced bagasse, which sometimes exceed 2 Tg per year just in one sugar mill located in Iran, for instance. The sugarcane bagasse represents 25 to 30% of the product’s weight and nearly 65 to 75% of the SB produced in the farms, mills and industry is burned into boilers for steam and power generation.17,18 Nevertheless, this method may not be suitable in organic waste management due to pollutant emissions, economic and labor costs, loss of energy, and bad odour.19 Because of that, the post-harvest residues in the industry can no longer be considered as the final product from a sugar mill or first-generation ethanol fabrication and requires a long-term innovation to ensure the environmental quality and profitability of sugarcane crops.20 The sugarcane bagasse residues are not only of critical importance to Brazil sugar industry, but also to South Africa, the United States, Australia, India, and China which maintain an increasing demand for sugarcane feedstock for the sugar industry and also to expand bioethanol production.21

In addition, the SB is proven to be a great raw material for the production of BC, since vegetal based-BC has its original structures, such as cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin, which maintain functional groups such as carboxylic acids, alcohols, and amines with high affinity for metal ions.2224 It is also important to highlight that BC made of SB is an environmental friendly product since sugarcane crops grows faster than trees (wood is used to produce activated carbon), which means that the use of this raw material for biosorbent production helps to reduce our dependence on harvesting trees.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the adsorption capacity of BC from SB in removing simultaneously the potentially toxic trace metals CdII, CrIII, CuII, NiII, PbII and ZnII from aqueous solutions. Several analytical techniques (pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (Py-GC-MS), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), 13C nuclear magnetic resonance (13C NMR)) were used for characterizing BC and understanding the simultaneous removal of the trace metals. Furthermore, the desorption capabilities of this material were assessed in order to evaluate the use of BC from SB as filter for removal of the mentioned metals from multielement aqueous solutions. A range of experiments were performed using different pH conditions and BC produced at different pyrolysis temperatures. Since the BC used in this study was produced from SB, this research would contribute to add commercial value to leftovers from sugarcane crops. Moreover, the utilization of BC would reduce the impacts caused by poor management of residues of sugarcane crops, especially for big producers worldwide.

Sugarcane bagasse was used to produce raw and modified BC. The biomass was firstly washed with tap water and dried in drying oven at 80 ºC for 24 h. The dried biomass was crushed (Willey mill MA048 at 1730 rpm) and then pyrolyzed (60 g) using cylindrical reactor (0.82 cm3) using a muffle oven at different temperatures regimes (300, 400, 500 and 600 ºC, named BC300, BC400, BC500 and BC600, respectively) at a rate of 5 ºC min-1 (slow pyrolysis). The target temperature was kept for 2 h in a low-oxygen environment. Subsequently the sugarcane biochars (BC-SC) were cooled at room temperature overnight, sieved (35-mesh sieve) and stored in polypropylene bottles until analysis.

The biomass and BC produced were characterized using Py-GC-MS. The technique provides a high level of structural information of the materials analyzed in a fast and inexpensive way, although some limitation related to the semi-quantitative nature of the technique.25 The analyses were carried out using a Varian 450-GC Gas Chromatograph (with a HP -5 column: 30 m-long × 0.25 mm, 0.25 m) with a Varian Saturn 2000 ion-trap mass spectrometer set at an electron ionization at 70 eV in full scan acquisition (m/z 10-450). A pyrolizer (CDS 5000 Series Pyroprobe) was coupled to the mass spectrometer and the method used was described by Fabbri et al.26

13C NMR analyses were conducted on a Bruker spectrometer (Avance III 400 MHz WB model) operating at 50.3 MHz frequency. Samples (approximately 100 mg of BC300, BC400, BC500 and BC600) were packed in a 4 mm rotor and then analyzed under the following experimental conditions: band spectral cross-polarization, magic-angle spinning, 5.5 kHz, 4 µs proton preparation pulse, a contact time of 2 ms, acquisition time of 20 ms, and wait time for relaxation of 5 s. Chemical shifts were expressed in ppm. Data were analyzed using the ACD/NMR software Processor Academic Edition.27 The plots of the groups of carbon present in the samples were obtained by integrating the peaks present in the spectra according to the methodology described by Stevenson.27

Surface morphology and pore diameter were evaluated by means of SEM (JEOL JSM-6010LA). The BC samples were coated with Au/Pd thin conductive coating (via sputtering) before analysis to avoid charging effects during the inspections. Secondary electron micrographs were taken with amplification of 5 to 200 µm, using beam energy of 5 keV, spot size of 30 and working distance of 16 mm from the most representative region of the samples.

FTIR spectra were taken to identify the functional groups of all different BC produced and their interactions with trace metals. The spectra, recorded with 4 cm-1 resolution in the spectral range between 4000 and 650 cm-1 (32 scans), were collected using a Fourier transform infrared spectrometer (PerkinElmer® Spectrum 65 FTIR) in the attenuated total reflection (ATR).

The experiments were carried out adding BC (0.2 g) produced at different pyrolysis temperatures (BC300, BC400, BC500 and BC600) in 100 mL (500 µg L-1) multielement solutions containing CdII, CrIII, CuII, NiII, PbII and ZnII, which were prepared from dilutions of individual standard SpecSol® (1000 mg L-1, Quimlab, Jacareí, Brazil). The samples were shaken at 175 rpm and aliquots were taken at specific times (0, 30, 60, 90, 180, 300, 360, 420, 480, 540, 600 and 1440 min). Afterwards, all trace metals were analyzed using an inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP OES). The removal rate for each BC was calculated from the time when the equilibrium was reached. Kinetic studies were performed using the BC with highest removal rate.

A preliminary evaluation of the best conditions to conduct experiments with BC was carried out adding 0.2 g of BC in 100 mL multielement solutions containing different concentrations (100, 300, 500 and 700 µg L-1) of CdII, CrIII, CuII, NiII, PbII and ZnII. The samples were shaken at 175 rpm in an incubator shaker for 1440 min at 25 ºC for all tests. Aliquots were taken during specific times (0, 30, 60, 90, 180, 300, 360, 420, 480, 540, 600 and 1440 min) and subsequently filtrated through 0.45 µm membrane before metal determination.

Different amounts (0.2, 0.3, 0.4 and 0.5 g) of the BC with best removal efficiency were added in 100 mL solutions containing CuII, CdII, CrIII, NiII, PbII and ZnII. The initial concentrations (500 µg L-1) for all metals were determined in previous tests. The samples were shaken at 175 rpm in an incubator shaker at 25 ºC and aliquots were taken at specific times and filtrated through 0.45 µm membrane filters. All experiments were performed in duplicate and the metal concentrations were determined using an ICP OES.

The adsorption kinetics on removal of CuII, CdII, CrIII, NiII, PbII and ZnII was studied by adding 0.2 g of BC in 100 mL of solution, using the best conditions found in previous experiments. The solutions were shaken at 25 ºC in an incubator shaker and aliquots were taken at specific times and determined as described in previous “Adsorption of trace metals by biochars produced at different pyrolysis temperatures” sub-section. All trials were performed in duplicate.

Adsorption isotherms of CuII, CdII, CrIII, NiII, PbII and ZnII onto BC were determined by adding 0.2 g of BC500 in 100 mL of multielement solution in different concentrations (100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700 and 800 µg L-1). The samples were shaken under the same conditions described in previous experiments. The samples were filtrated (0.45 µm membrane filters) and the metals determined through ICP OES.

Galán et al.28 state that activated carbon is the most widely used material in adsorption processes. However, according to Saka et al.,29 this element presents a high acquisition cost and needs to be regenerated after each application. In this context, it was decided to compare the removal efficiency of the BC with the activated carbon.

Kinetic tests using activated carbon (Dinâmica, Indaiatuba, Brazil) were carried out using the same conditions of the BC-SC. In this way, 0.2 g of activated carbon was added in a 100 mL solution (500 µg L-1) of CuII, CdII, CrIII, NiII, PbII and ZnII. The samples were shaken at 175 rpm in a shaker incubator during 1440 min at room temperature. Aliquots were taken after 10, 20, 30, 45, 60, 90, 180, 300, 360, 420, 480, 540, 600 and 1440 min and analyzed in an ICP OES.

The experiments described in past sections were performed at pH 5 based on previous experiments (Figure S2, Supplementary Information (SI) section) and studies (such as Kołodyńska et al.30 and Ding et al.)31 where the pH 5 had the maximum adsorption efficiency. At higher pHs, the sorption capacity values would decrease because the metal ions would start to hydrolyze and precipitate.32 The Cd and Pb for instance can precipitate at high pH solution (pH > 7 for Cd and pH > 5 for Pb) as stated by Ding et al.33 Park et al.34 indicated that the metal precipitation can be avoided at pH less than 7. On the other hand, the adsorption of some analyzed cations can be lower at low pH due to electrostatic repulsion between the BC surface and the cations.

The desorption experiments started with an adsorption cycle performed under similar conditions as described for the batch adsorption experiments (0.2 g of BC500, 100 mL of multielement solution (CuII, CdII, CrIII, NiII, PbII and ZnII at original concentration of 500 µg L-1), pH 5 and 25 ºC). After the adsorption cycle, the BC500 was dried, weighted and treated with 100 mL of HNO3 (0.1 mol L-1) solution during 10 h to evaluate the desorption percentage (D).35 Afterwards, another adsorption was performed using the same conditions of the first adsorption in order to evaluate the BC500 regeneration capacity.

The amount of metals adsorbed on BC-SC (q, µg of metal per g of adsorbent) was determined through the following equation:36

q=C0−Cf×V/m (1)

where C0 and Cf are, respectively, the initial and final ion concentration of each metal in the solution (µg L-1). The volume of solution (V) and adsorbent dose (g) are correspondingly V and m. The percentage of metal removal (Q) was calculated using the equation:

Q=C0−Cf/C0×100 (2)

Pseudo-first order and pseudo-second models were fit to the experimental data in order to clarify the adsorption reaction mechanisms and predict the speed of metal removal from the aqueous solutions.37 The pseudo-first and -second order models were calculated according to equations 3 and 4, respectively:3739

qt=Qe1−exp−K1t (3)

qt=K2Qe2t/1+QeK2t (4)

where, qt is the metal adsorbed at a given time t (µg g-1), Qe is the amount adsorbed (µg g-1) at equilibrium time (min), K1 is the rate constant of pseudo-first order kinetics model (min-1) and K2 is the rate constant of pseudo-second order kinetics model (µg (g min-1)-1).

The mechanism of the adsorption process was evaluated by the Langmuir (that assumes monolayer and homogeneous adsorption) and Freundlich (that assumes multilayer adsorption) isotherms, being described by equations 5 and 6:4042

Qe=qmaxKLCe/1+KLCe (5)

Qe=NFCe1/n (6)

where Qe is the amount of trace metal adsorbed per weight of biochar (µg g-1) at equilibrium time, Ce is the solute concentration at equilibrium (µg L-1), KL is the Langmuir constant and qmax is the maximum amount of adsorbed metal ions required to form a monolayer on BC surface (µg g-1), NF is the Freundlich constant (µ g-1 (g L-1)-1/n) and n is the Freundlich linearity constant.

The interactions between adsorbate and adsorbent were also investigated using the Dubinin-Radushkevich, Sips and Temkin isotherm models. The first one assumes a multilayer character and it is used for distinguishing between physical and chemical adsorption of metals.4345 The second model (Sips) combines Langmuir and Freundlich models and is used for predicting adsorption on heterogeneous surfaces. The last model (Temkin) assumes a uniform distribution of biding energy and it is used to check if the adsorption follows a chemisorption process.4446

The Dubinin-Radushkevich isotherm model is calculated using the equations:44,47

Qe=qm×e−β∈2 (7)

ɛ=RTln1+1/Ce (8)

E=1/2β (9)

where Qe is the is the amount of trace metal adsorbed per weight of biochar (µg g-1) at equilibrium; qm is the saturation capacity; ϵ is the Polanyi potential, β is the Dubinin-Radushkevich constant, R is the gas constant (8.31 × 10-3 kJ mol-1 k-1), T is the absolute temperature and E is the mean adsorption energy.

The Sips and Temkin models are described by the following equations, respectively:44,48,49

Qe=qmsKSCeN/1+KSCeN (10)

Qe=Rt/blnKTCe (11)

where Ce is the equilibrium concentration of adsorbate, qms is the Sips maximum adsorption capacity, Ks is Sips equilibrium constant, N is the heterogeneity factor, b is Temkin isotherm constant, KT is the equilibrium biding constant.

The separation factor (RL) was calculated to verify if the adsorption is favorable to irreversibility according to Mahmoud et al.50 and Bozorgi et al.51 (equation 12).

RL=1/1+KL×C0 (12)

where C0 represents the initial metals concentrations. According to RL values, the adsorption is assumed to be unfavorable (RL > 1), linear (RL = 1), favorable (0 < RL < 1), or irreversible (RL = 0).

The biochar yield on a dry mass basis decreased when the biomass was pyrolyzed at higher temperatures (500 and 600 ºC) (Table S1, SI section) that was attributed to volatilization of organic matter.52 At the same time, the pH of BC increased probably due to the increased content of carbonates in ashes, which can be hydrolyzed, besides acid groups loss of the raw material.53,54

The pyrograms (data not shown) indicated that the oxygen of biochars, produced from lignocellulosic materials, comes from a large variety of reactive functional groups, such as carboxyl, hydroxyl and carbonyl which are fragments characterized as lignin polymer.55 Table S2 (SI section) indicates that pyrolysis products from biomass carbonization are predominant, especially in the form of hydroxyls present in phenolic functions. This data is interesting because it is known that biochars absorb/adsorb gases generated during pyrolysis.56,57 These adsorbed volatiles influence the adsorption behavior of other inorganic species,58 as well as organic contaminants such as naphthalene, nitrobenzene and benzene.59,60 The phenolic groups found in all the analyzed samples are characterized by receiving electrons (by the Lewis model) and are associated with the electron-rich regions p in the basal planes of graphite microstructures in the biochar.61 In this way, the phenolic groups form chemical bonds with free radicals, favoring the adsorption of functional molecules in the structure of the biochar.

The analysis of Py-GC-MS was confirmed by comparison with results obtained by 13C NMR data. It was found a good correlation between qualitative and semi-quantitative data of the analytical techniques in relation to the chemical characteristics of the carbon formed in the BC, as also observed by Pastorova et al.62 By integrating the area of the peaks obtained in 13C NMR spectra (data not shown), the distribution of the main groups of total aromatic carbon present in the biochar samples was obtained (Figure 1). The functional groups of the BC were modified according to the increase of the pyrolysis temperature and these modifications are important to predict and investigate how their interaction with the environment in which they are inserted occurs.63 This interaction is directly related to the amount of oxygen groups present on the surface of the biochar.64

Figure 1a shows that for the BC produced from SB, the quantity and presence of the carbonyl, aromatic and alkyl groups do not occur proportionally to the increase of the pyrolysis temperature. The same behavior was observed for the portions of protonated and deprotonated carbons, as indicated in Figure 1b. Therefore, the variations of the percentages of the analyzed groups did not present a direct correlation with the increase of the pyrolysis temperature, but with the amount of pyrolytic products formed in the analytical pyrolysis (Py-GC-MS), showing that the combination of the number of organic compounds groups added to the protonated and deprotonated carbon contents is important to define the efficiency and the adsorption behavior of a biochar. This data corroborates with that reported by Bandosz,65 who states that BC typically have amphoteric surfaces according to the variation of acidic and basic functional groups.

The chemical and physical properties of the BC are dependent on the pyrolysis conditions. The temperature, for instance, influences both the yield and BC nature, which will affect BC adsorption capacity.66 The removal rates ranged from ca. 18% (minimum value recorded) for NiII using BC300 to approximately 100% for PbII using BC500 and BC600.

The trace metal removal efficiency increased when BC was produced under higher pyrolysis temperatures (Table 1). Since there was no significant difference among the BC surface functional groups, the higher porosity presented by BC400 to BC600 was responsible to the higher efficiency results. In addition, BC produced at low pyrolysis temperatures still had organic substances from the parental biomass as carbohydrates, polysaccharides, lipids and proteins, which do not contribute significantly to metal adsorption.36,60

When all BC produced are compared, the BC500 had the best removal efficiency for most metals from a 500 µg L-1 multielement solution. At these conditions, the results indicated that removal rates were PbII (96.17%) > CuII (91.18%) > CrIII (74.35%) > CdII (51.50%) > NiII (47.05%) > ZnII (40.50%), followed by BC600 and BC400. The trace metal with highest removal efficiency among all BC was PbII. Park et al.11 also reported that Pb was the most adsorbed cation on sesame straw BC (produced at 700 ºC) in a multielement (Cu, Cr, Cd, Pb and Zn) aqueous solution (initial pH 7). However, Cd had the lowest adsorption capacity in their investigation, different from the current study where Zn was the least adsorbed. This difference can be attributed probably to the type of organic matter used to produce the BC, the pH used in the experiments and the nature of some ions in the solution. The greater PbII sorption capacity was also observed in another study,67 where the immobilization of the ions CdII, CuII, NiII and PbII by broiler litter-derived BC was investigated.

The structures of the original biomass were still observed in the SEM images of BC300 and BC400 (Figures S1a, S1b and S1c, SI section) when compared to other biochars (BC500 and BC600). On the other hand, changes in BC structures were observed at higher pyrolysis temperatures (> 400 ºC). These changes included the increase in porosity and loss of functional groups originally present in original biomass, which can be observed in FTIR spectra (Figure 2) and can influence the removal rate of organic and inorganic contaminants in aqueous solutions.36,66,68

There were no significant differences among the FTIR spectra of BC produced at different pyrolysis temperatures (see Figure 2). In addition, the main bands present on all different BC from sugarcane bagasse are -OH stretching (3400-3500 cm-1), C=O and/or C=C stretching (bands between 1708-1594 cm-1) from carbonyl and carboxyl groups, C-O stretching and S compounds typical from cellulose and hemicellulose (1000-1240 cm-1). At higher pyrolysis temperatures, some functional groups associated to the original biomass and hydroxyl stretching decreased noticeably (see Figure 2a, before of adsorption process).69,70

After the simultaneous adsorption process of CuII, CdII, CrIII, NiII, PbII and ZnII ions on BC, some bands from FTIR spectra were displaced and/or disappeared. The bands at 3397, 1708 and 1596 cm-1 for instance shifted to 3421, 1698 and 1594 cm-1, respectively; the band at 1230 cm-1 disappeared and the band at 1097 cm-1 appeared (Figure 2b). These data suggested that the functional groups on BC-OH, -C=C or C=O and -C=O were involved in the adsorption process.71

The main known adsorption mechanisms of BC are electrostatic interactions between contaminants and the adsorbent surface, cation exchange between metals on biochar surface, complexation with functional groups present at the BC surface, metal precipitation and reduction of metal species. These mechanisms for a target metal can change depending on the solution pH for instance.9 Considering this variability of sorption mechanisms for different target metals, the biggest challenge is to have an efficient method that removes all contaminants at the same time at different conditions. The removal of multiple contaminants by one material can represent an advantage when robust and cheap filters are required in water treatment.71

Some studies pointed out that biochar can be used to remove trace metals from wastewater. Xu et al.10 for instance showed that BC produced from dairy manure can be used successfully to remove Cu, Zn and Cd. The sorption was attributed to mineral components originated in the BC and surface complexation via phenolic -OH in a smaller extent. Pine and oak wood and bark BC were also tested and successfully removed Pb, Cd and As from water via ion exchange.72

The adsorption, kinetics, FTIR and Py-GC-MS results and SEM micrographs suggested that the biding between the trace metals on BC500 can be attributed to surface properties of BC, as for example, their porosity and negative charges abundance due to the presence of functional groups, such as phenolic, hydroxyl and carboxyl groups. Then, chemisorption is probably the preferential adsorption mechanism and/or ionic exchange. In addition, by SEM images it is possible to notice that the mineral and carbon skeleton formed after the pyrolysis process is maintained through the rudimentary porosity of the original material, which allows evolution of a well-defined porous structure in the pyrolyzed material. For instance, the original vegetal structure of sugarcane bagasse was imprinted on its BC and directly influenced the formation of the porous structure and, consequently, on the final adsorption behavior of biochars. As can be seen in the Figures S1b, S1c and S1d (SI section), the longitudinal section of the BC grain indicated the parenchyma tissue with many cells’ spaces, which gives origin to meso and microporosity. Figure S1d showed the vessel structures from the xylem tissue, imprinting a higher porosity in the BC used in this work.

Since the rate between adsorbent and adsorbate can be a limiting factor in the adsorption process, this study assessed the influence of initial multielement trace metal concentration (100, 300, 500 and 700 µg L-1) on the adsorption process, which was performed at 25 ºC and pH 5.

The results showed that the adsorption capacity after equilibrium (q (µg g-1)) was higher when initial concentrations increased. The sorption capacity for CuII on BC500 were 45.5, 151.1, 238.1, 303.9 µg g-1 for the initial concentrations 100, 300, 500 and 700 µg L-1, respectively. This behavior was observed to other trace metals. However, there was a clear decrease of the percentage of removal (R) when the ions concentration increased for constant mass experiments (R for 100 and 700 µg L-1 multielement solutions: CdII (88 to 38%), CrIII (85 to 61%), CuII (99 to 93%), NiII (85 to 35%), PbII (100 to 95%) and ZnII (80 to 28%)). The same trend was observed in the studies of Fan et al.36 and Kolodyńska et al.32

The decrease of R for CdII, NiII and ZnII at higher trace metals concentrations can be attributed to the effective availability of adsorption sites on BC500 and the lower competition and/or preference of these ions to active sites in the presence of other ions. On the other hand, PbII and CuII took priority for active sites in all evaluated concentration.73

Although there was a decrease in R for some ions at 500 µg L-1 experiments, values of R were higher than 50% to all ions. Therefore, this concentration was chosen for further experiments.

The percentage of trace metal adsorption increased when a higher BC500 dose was used (Figure 3). The removal rate increased when the mass of biochar in solution (100 mL) increased from 0.2 g (0.4 g for ZnII, which had no detectable removal at lower amounts) to 0.5 g of BC500, from 23 to 85% for CdII, 48 to 83% for CrIII, 88 to 99% for CuII, 25 to 77% for NiII, 89 to 98% for PbII and 21 to 79% for ZnII. This behavior was also observed by Fan et al.,36 Ngah and Hanafiah74 and Vaghetti et al.75 and can be attributed to the higher availability of active sites on the surface of BC500 and therefore higher contact surface.

Figure 3 shows that there is no significant increase in the percentage of PbII and CuII removed as a function of adsorbent dose. This occurs possibly because these ions are not affected by the competition of binding sites in multielement solutions.76,77 However, it can be assumed that Cd and Zn are more affected. Consequently, the higher the adsorbent dose, the greater the number of active sites available and the greater the adsorption of Cd and Zn ions.

Competition among different metal ions can occur affecting the adsorption of each ion present in solution. Past studies76,77 showed that the amount of adsorbed CdII decreases and PbII is not so much affected in multielement solutions.

The adsorption capacity, q (µg g-1), and the removal percentage increased when the contact time increased from 0 to 1440 min between the ions CdII, CrIII, CuII, NiII, PbII and ZnII and BC500. The equilibrium time varied between 90 and 420 min (Figure 4), presenting the following order Pb ca. Cu >> Cr >> Cd > Ni > Zn.

The kinetics adsorption of CuII and PbII was faster when compared to the other analyzed metals since it was necessary 90 min to approximately 90% of adsorption. The fast and high adsorption of CuII ions can be associated to hydrolysis of CuII ions at pH close to 5.5. This leads to the formation of Cu(OH)+ species, which are easily adsorbed. The formation of complexes among the carboxyl functional groups present on the biochar surface can also explain the CuII adsorption.78 Other metals analyzed had a slower adsorption kinetics, since it was necessary 420 min to reach their maximum adsorption (CdII: 51.50%, CrIII: 74.35%, NiII: 47.05% and ZnII: 40.50%).

The adsorption kinetics of the metal ions on BC500 were evaluated using the pseudo-first and second order. The kinetic data adjusted better to second order model, which presented 1 ≤ coefficient of determination (R2) ≥ 0.988 and good results of chi-square (χ2) and standard deviation (SD) (Table S3, SI section). This model describes surface adsorption and intra-particle diffusion processes controlling removal of metals by BC and suggests that chemical adsorption or ionic exchange occurred between adsorbent and adsorbate.36

The adsorption mechanisms between adsorbent and adsorbate and the adsorption capacity of biochars can be predicted using isotherms models.79 The adsorption isotherms of the metals analyzed on BC500 adjusted better on type L, according to Giles et al.79 classification, which indicated the mass of adsorbate retained by each mass unit of adsorbent was high.80

The adsorption isotherms of the metal ions analyzed using BC500 after 600 min of stirring are presented in the Figure 5. The concentration of metal in the equilibrium is represented by Ce (µg L-1) and the adsorption capacity by BC is represented by Qe (µg g-1). The parameters of the non-linear regression of Langmuir, Freundlich, Dubinin-Radushkevich, Sips and Temkin models are presented in Table S4 (SI section). The RL values are essential features of the Langmuir isotherm. All values for the adsorption for the Cd, Cr, Cu, Ni and Zn ions showed a favorable adsorption isotherm and tended, consequently, to values between 0 and 1.

The isotherm that best adjusted to the data was the Freundlich due to the higher R2 when compared to Langmuir. The Freundlich model reflects solids with heterogeneous surface and multilayer adsorption and it was probably the main adsorption mechanism of the studied species.80

Concerning the NF, higher values indicates a higher affinity between adsorbate and adsorbent, which means a strong interaction between metals and BC500.81 Values of 1/n below 1 were observed for all ions studied that also indicates favorable adsorption.36

The maximum adsorption capacity in this study followed the order CuII > CrIII > CdII > NiII > ZnII to Langmuir model and PbII > CuII > ZnII > NiII > CdII > CrIII to Freundlich model. Park et al.11 found similar results in experiments using sesame straw biochar, where the adsorption order to Langmuir and Freundlich were Pb > Cu > Cr > Zn > Cd and Pb > Cu > Cr > Zn > Cd, respectively. Furthermore, the Freundlich model was the best-fit model in the experiments performed by Wang et al.,82 presenting the following adsorption order Zn > Cu > Pb. Ding et al.,31 using the Langmuir model, found the following order to their multielement system Pb > Cu > Zn > Ni > Cd. A comparison of the maximum adsorption capacities calculated by the Langmuir isotherm model for different adsorbents in literature is shown in Table S5 (SI section).

The E value of Dubinin-Radushkevich predicts the type of adsorption that occurs between adsorbate and adsorbent. If this value is < 8 kJ mol-1, the adsorption is physical by interactions of van der Waals. On the other hand, the adsorption is chemical if it is from 8 to 16 kJ mol-1, indicating an electron transfer from adsorbent to adsorbate. Table S4 (SI section) shows that the E values calculated for all metal ions are < 8 kJ mol-1, suggesting that the adsorption of CdII, PbII, CuII, CrIII, NiII and ZnII on the surface of biochar is physical.83,84

The high values of R2 indicates that the data are also well adjusted to Sips isotherm model. When n = 1, this model tends to Langmuir model. On the other hand, the model takes form of Freundlich at values approaching to 0. The data (Table S4, SI section) indicates that especially the ions Cd, Ni and Zn are more associated with the Freundlich model.85

Studies86 with commercial granular activated carbon, which is a good adsorbent broadly used in remediation of trace metals from waters, aimed to compare its efficiency in removing the ions CdII, CrIII, CuII, NiII, PbII and ZnII using BC-SB. These tests using activated carbon were performed under same experimental conditions of the tests using BC-SB: 0.2 g of activated carbon, pH 5, and 100 mL of multielement solution (500 µg L-1).

Both adsorbents activated carbon and BC500 presented similar removal rates for PbII, CuII and CrIII, which ranged from 72 to 96% and were higher than removal results for CdII, NiII and ZnII (52, 45 and 38%, respectively). These values were higher than the activated carbon ones, which presented removal of 25% for CdII, 23% for NiII and 15% for ZnII (see Figure S3, SI section).

The adsorption process for BC-SB in the removal of CdII, CrIII, CuII, NiII, PbII and ZnII from multielement solutions is a promising technique, which can be used in effluents and natural waters due to easier operation and cost-benefit than activated carbon (the commercial activated carbon is expensive and the BC used in this study came from an abundant residue from agriculture in some countries such as Brazil and China).

The desorption capacity of BC was performed to evaluate the possibility of reuse of BC since its reutilization using a diluted non-pollutant solution that does not change the BC structure is desirable. According to Kołodyńska et al.35 different desorbing agents such as HNO3, H2SO4 and HCl can be used for regeneration of BC. From all these agents, the authors showed that HNO3 (0.1 mol L-1) was the most effective for desorbing trace metal ions (CuII, ZnII, CoII, CdII and PbII) from BC. Therefore, 0.1 mol L-1 HNO3 was used as desorbing agent in the present investigation. A higher acid concentration was not considered because it may damage the BC structure, affecting BC adsorption/desorption efficiency.35

Among all adsorbed ions to BC500, PbII and CuII presented the highest desorbing capacities (D) with 89 and 80%, respectively, followed by ZnII (33%), CdII (27%), NiII (24%) and CrIII (6%). After the desorption process, the regenerated BC500 (with part of ions still adsorbed) was used in the second adsorption. Although the desorption was not efficient for the ions CdII, NiII and CrIII, BC500 presented potential reuse capacity. The equilibrium varied between 15 and 420 min, presenting the following order PbII (100%) ca. CuII (99%) > CrIII (78%) > CdII (54%) > ZnII (40%) > NiII (47%). Similar results were recorded when BC500 was used for the first adsorption (PbII (96%) > CuII (91%) > CrIII (74%) > CdII (51%) > NiII (47%) > ZnII (40%)), where there was an inversion in the removal order between ZnII and NiII ions and a faster adsorption kinetics of CuII and PbII compared to other metal ions (15 min to ca. 100% of adsorption).

Adsorption experiments using BC produced at different temperatures showed that BC500 had the highest percentage of metal removal from an aqueous solution (CuII, CdII, CrIII, NiII, PbII and ZnII). The removal efficiency was attributed to functional groups like carboxyl (-COOH) and hydroxyl (-OH) present in the BC structure as shown by the data obtained by Py-GC-MS, that can bind to the metal ions. Adsorption kinetics showed that the equilibrium time was 90 min to PbII and CuII and 420 min for the other metal ions analyzed. The experimental data was best adjusted to the pseudo second-order model. The isotherm analysis showed that the Freundlich and Sips models adjusted better to the experimental data.

The adsorption capacity increased following the order PbII ca. CuII > CrIII > CdII > NiII > ZnII. In addition, BC500 presented good removal results after a desorption/adsorption cycle, although the desorption was not reversible for all metal ions in solution. Therefore, the BC produced from sugarcane bagasse can act as adsorbent in the removal of metal ions from a multielement solution.

The results presented in this work demonstrated the potential of sugarcane bagasse biochar produced by slow pyrolysis as a green and low-cost adsorbent for the simultaneous removal of several contaminants (CuII, CdII, CrIII, NiII, PbII and ZnII) present in an aqueous solution.

Supplementary information (scanning electron microscope images, tables and graphics) associated with this article is available free of charge at http://jbcs.sbq.org.br as PDF file.

The authors thank the Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (FAPESP, grant number 2016/17343-6; 2016/08215-4) for financial support and Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq, grant number 303189/2013-4 and 158227/2018-2) and Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES, PNPD) for scholarships.

Received: October 23, 2019; Accepted: March 11, 2020


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Biochar-based carbon management networks (BCMNs) can achieve negative rates of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by storing carbon fixed from the air in a stable form in soil. BCMNs can be optimized in the same manner as reverse supply chains using mathematical programming models; in particular, mixed integer linear programs (MILPs) are often used as computationally efficient formulations. Optimal and near-optimal solutions can be found using integer cuts. The performance of these alternative solutions can then be assessed via Monte Carlo simulation. This three-step procedure can then be applied to assess the robustness of BCMNs amidst variations in biochar supply due to various factors that may arise such as changes in agricultural productivity due to climate change-induced events. An illustrative case study is explored using the methodology developed. This chapter thus provides a rational approach to plan biochar-based CMNs.


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Changes in soil pH and nutrient extractability after co-applying biochar and paper mill biosolids

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Biochar Segmentation by Product

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Synthesis of Eichhornia crassipes Biochar: Sustainable Efficient Adsorbent for Reducing Cr

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Chromium (Cr) is the most widely used metal in industrial activities and is the most toxic heavy metal ion found in waters. Utilization of Eichhornia crassipes as a Sustainable Efficient Adsorbent of heavy metal Cr (VI) is one of the innovations and alternative technologies that are very beneficial for society and the environment. The synthesis of Eichhornia crassipes biochar in this study employed the hydrothermal method. Hydrothermal temperature variations used in biochar synthesis were 220°C/240°C/260°C/280°C. Eichhornia penetrated biochar with H2O2 to the Cr (VI) metal adsorption capacity. The synthesis of biochar Eichhornia crassipes has the characteristics of combining hydroxyl, carbonyl, carboxyl, and amine functional groups. The surface morphology in the Eichhornia crassipes biochar modification term is rougher and irregular compared to Eichhornia crassipes biochar without modification. The modification of Eichhornia crassipes biochar using H2O2 showed an increase in oxygen composition in terms of modified biochar so that it increased the adsorption capacity of Cr (VI) metal ion. The best value of adsorption capacity in Eichhornia crassipes biochar terms modified with a hydrothermal temperature of 240°C that is equal to 30.2156 mg/g.

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Effects of biochar on soil fertility and crop productivity in arid regions

4 July, 2020
 

Biochar, carbon-rich materials produced during the thermochemical processing of biomass, are receiving increased attention given their potential value as soil amendments. Biochar are formed through pyrolysis processes—heating to several hundred degrees Celsius under oxygen-limited environments—and both the source feedstock and the reaction conditions affect the quality of the resulting chars. Biochar can enhance soil physical and chemical properties and increase agricultural systems’ productivity through direct and indirect effects on crop growth and soil quality. Biochar also may directly help mitigate climate change by sequestering stable carbon compounds in the soil and perhaps indirectly through increased C uptake by trees. As the world faces growing challenges from soil degradation and climate change, biochar application to soils represents a potential pathway forward. Although a large volume of literature exists regarding the use of biochar under favorable climatic conditions, information regarding biochar applications in semiarid and arid climates has been more limited. Evidence of greater water holding capacity and reduced infiltration suggests these materials have potential to improve the productivity of such lands and provides a basis for considering its wider application in the arid environments such as Saudi Arabia. Challenges and limitations for biochar use on a mass scale are also briefly discussed. To move this technology forward, crop and soil scientists should involve economists and agricultural extension educators in studies that consider economic as well as biophysical implications for biochar’s application on a mass scale.

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The authors are thankful to the Saudi Society of Agricultural Sciences, College of Food and Agriculture Sciences, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia for providing all the possible assistance and support.

Correspondence to Mirza Barjees Baig.

This article is part of the Topical Collection on Implications of Biochar Application to Soil Environment under Arid Conditions

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Published: 04 July 2020

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-020-05586-2

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Dynamic Effects of Different Biochars on Soil Properties and Crop Yield of Acid Farmland

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To investigate the dynamic effects of biochars produced from different biomass materials on farmland soil acidity, exchangeable cations, phosphorus nutrient, and crop yield, a field experiment was performed on acid paddy soil. Five types of biochars-rice straw biochar (RSB), maize straw biochar (MSB), wheat straw biochar (WSB), rice husk biochar (RHB), and bamboo charcoal (BCB)-were applied to farmland soil at mass fraction of 0.1%. No biochar addition was used as control treatment (CK). The soil physicochemical properties and crop yields were analyzed after harvesting rice, rapeseed, and corn crops. Results indicated that the addition of biochars could effectively increase soil pH and exchangeable cations and reduce exchangeable acid content, but the effects decreased with time. The biochars increased the content of exchangeable K+, Ca2+, and Mg2+ and decreased the exchangeable Na+ content in soils. The biochars increased the contents of organic matter (SOM), available phosphorus, total phosphorus, and inorganic phosphorus (Al-P and Fe-P). Compared with the control treatment, biochars significantly (P<0.05) increased the yields of rice, oil seed, and maize crops. Rice husk biochar (RHB) had the best effect in improving acid soil physicochemical properties and increasing crop yield.

Keywords: acidification; biochar; crop yield; exchangeable cations; phosphorus nutrient.

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Effectiveness of the combination of biopellet, biochar, chicken manure and fish waste to the …

4 July, 2020
 

Sugeng Winarso
Universitas Jember
Indonesia

Soil Science Departement

Bambang Hermiyanto
Soil Departement, Agricultural Faculty, The University of Jember, Jln. Kalimantan 37 Kampus Tegal Boto Jember, 68121
Indonesia

Sukron Romadhona
Soil Departement, Agricultural Faculty, The University of Jember, Jln. Kalimantan 37 Kampus Tegal Boto Jember, 68121
Indonesia

Marinus H Pandutama
Soil Departement, Agricultural Faculty, The University of Jember, Jln. Kalimantan 37 Kampus Tegal Boto Jember, 68121
Indonesia

Tri Candra Setiawati
Soil Departement, Agricultural Faculty, The University of Jember, Jln. Kalimantan 37 Kampus Tegal Boto Jember, 68121
Indonesia

I Indasah
Soil Departement, Agricultural Faculty, The University of Jember, Jln. Kalimantan 37 Kampus Tegal Boto Jember, 68121
Indonesia

Most of the activities of the use of organic fertilizers and natural additions of organic matter in agricultural intensification fields in Indonesia have not been able to compensate for the rate of decline in soil organic matter by the decomposition process. Biochar has a high C level and has the mean residence time in a long period in the soils. It has been proven that biochar applications may increase soil Carbon but have not been able to increase plant production. Therefore, the use of biochar combined with organic waste rich in nutrients is essential to develop. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of some biochar compositions with sugar cane, chicken manure, fish waste in the form of biopellet fertilizer on improving the chemical properties of sandy soils and the vegetative growth of soybean plants. This study used a completely randomized block design with two factors. The first factor (B) was the composition of biochar consisting of three levels, namely: 70% biochar, 15% chicken manure, 15% fish waste (B1), 50 % biochar, 25% chicken manure, 25% fish waste (B2), and 20% biochar, 40% chicken manure, 40% fish waste (B3). The second factor (D) was the dose of biopellet fertilizers consisting of four levels, namely: control (D0), 2.5 t/ha (D1), 5 t/ha (D2), and 10 t/ha (D3). The results showed that the addition of biopellet fertilizer effectively improved soil chemical properties (pH, C-organic, and CEC) and the availability of N, P, and K of the sandy soil. The effectiveness of increasing the soil total-N varied from 32.42 to 75.79%, P-available varied from 17.46 to 40.69%, and exchangeable K ranged from 8.7 to 25.67%. Improvement of soil chemical properties and the availability of N, P, and K by biopellet fertilizer application increased plant growth but reduced the weight of root nodules.

Alemi, H., Kianmehr, M.H. and Borghaee, A.M. 2010. Effect of pellet processing of fertilizer on slow-release nitrogen in soil. Asian Journal of Plant Sciences 9(2):75-80, doi: 10.3923/ajps.2010.74.80.

Berkeley, L. 2009. Storage and Turnover of Organic Matter in Soil. In: Senesi, N., Xing, B. and Huang, P.M. (eds). Organic Matter in Soil. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 220-263.

Bruun, S. and El-zehery, T. 2012. Biochar effect on the mineralization of soil organic matter. Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira 47(5):665-671, doi: 10.1590/S0100-204X2012000500005.

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Ge, X., Lixiong, Z., Wenfa, X., Zhilin, H., Xiansheng, G. and Benwang, T. 2013. Effect of litter substrate quality and soil nutrients on forest litter decomposition: a review. Acta Ecologica Sinica 33(2):102-108, doi: 10.1016/j.chnaes.2013.01.006.

Gezahegn, A.M., Halim, R.A., Yusoff, M.M. and Wahid, S.A. 2016. Decomposition and nitrogen mineralization of individual and mixed maize and soybean residue. MAYFEB Journal of Agricultural Science 2: 28-45.

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Ilmiawan, N.M., Winarso, S. and Pandutama, M.H. 2018. Soybean Root Nodes Behavior in Various Treatment of Enriched Biochar with NPK. Proceeding of the International Conference of Food Sovereignty and Sustainable Agriculture (FoSSA 2017): Building of Food Sovereignty Through A Sustainable Agriculture, Challenges Toword Climate Change and Blobal Economic Community. Agriculture Faculty, Jember University, Indonesia. 75-83.

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Lamanda, D.D., Setyawari, D., Nurhaida, Diba, F. and Roslinda, E. 2015. Biopellet based on the composition of palm oil stem powder and laban wood charcoal with different types of adhesive as an alternative renewable fuel. Hutan Lestari 3(2): 313-321 (in Indonesian).

Lei, Z., Yu, D., Zhou, F., Zhang, Y., Yu, D., Zhou, Y. and Han, Y. 2019. Changes in soil organic carbon and its influencing factors in the growth of Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica plantation in Horqin Sandy Land, Northeast China. Scientific Reports 9, Article number: 16453 (2019).

Mensah, A.K. and Frimpong, K.A. 2018. Biochar and/or compost applications improve soil properties, growth, and yield of maize grown in acidic rainforest and coastal savannah soils in Ghana. International Journal of Agronomy Volume 2018, Article ID 6837404, doi: 10.1155/2018/6837404.

Mishra, G., Das, J. and Sulieman, M. 2019. Modeling soil cation exchange capacity in different land use systems using artificial neural networks (ANNs) and multiple regression analysis (MRA). Current Science 116(12):1-25, doi: 10.18520/cs/v116/i12/2020-2027.

Nicolás, C., Martin-Bertelsen, T., Floudas, D., Bentzer, J., Smits, M., Johansson, T., Troein, C., Persson, P. and Tunlid, A. 2019. The soil organic matter decomposition mechanisms in ectomycorrhizal fungi are tuned for liberating soil organic nitrogen. The ISME Journal 13(4):977–988, doi: 10.1038/s41396-018-0331-6.

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Global Biochar growth

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ElementC6
Vega Biofuels

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Global Liquid Applied Membranes (LAM) Market Potential Growth, Share, Demand and Analysis of …

5 July, 2020
 

Global Liquid Applied Membranes (LAM) market Size, Insights and Forecast 2020 to 2026 Latest Innovations & Application Analysis with the key players – Sika BASF Pidilite Industries Paul Bauder Kemper System America Dow Chemical Company DuPont Hexis Fosroc CICO Technologies Limited Carlisle Companies Soprema Group Saint Gobain, including Production, Price, Revenue, Cost, Application, Growth Rate, Import, Export, Capacity, Market Share and Technological Developments.

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Further HAB Work on Lake Hopatcong – Four Locations Get Biochar – Designed to Prevent HABs

5 July, 2020
 

Other the last week Princeton Hydro and the Lake Hopatcong Commission installed the newest Biochar installations that absorbs variety of pollutants including phosphorus as they try to enter the lake.

The first Biochar installations that occurred were at four outlet locations around the lake yesterday, Thursday 6/2/2020.  This project is being completed as part of the NJDEP HAB Grant award provided to the Lake Hopatcong Commission with project partner the Lake Hopatcong Foundation.

Biochar is a woody material that has a high affinity for a variety of pollutants including phosphorus.  Biochar can be placed in flotation balls or cages and tethered along a beach area or where an inlet enters the lake.  This product has been shown to remove dissolved phosphorus directly from nearshore waters in turn limiting algal growth.  Biochar is a relatively low-cost option for phosphorus removal and has the added benefit of compost once its capacity to absorb phosphorus is exhausted.  Phosphorus is held within the product it will not leach back out, instead when biochar is used as a compost/mulch plant roots grow into the material and uptake phosphorus directly.

The help in these efforts and contribute like-kind-services toward the Grant Money requirements of the funding, all four towns Department of Public Works when through the full training on Biochar and it’s operations.

Installations occurred at the Lake Winona Outlet and Lake Forest Yacht Club in Jefferson, Lakeside Ave and Holiday Ave (Near Ingram Cove) in Hopatcong, and at the Edith Decker School outlet in Mount Arlington.  Below are some photos of Princeton Hydro’s field staff installing the Biochar socks.  For those who were unable to attend the installations we encourage you to check on these locations as we want to be sure the municipal DPWs approve of the installations and don’t think they will cause any issues with water flow. 

Princeton Hydro will be installing additional Biochar socks at Duck Pond in Roxbury, Memorial Pond in Mount Arlington and in two MTDs in Jefferson Township the week of July 13th, remember that DPW time contributed to these projects counts toward the municipal match for the HAB Grant.  Any recommended adjustments from the DPWs on the installations that were completed yesterday can also be made the week of July 13th while Princeton Hydro is on the lake. 

– Because of higher process temperatures, the chemical structure of biomass changes and content of hydrogen, nitrogen and organic carbon in biochar is significantly decreased when fix carbon concentration increase. In contrary to charcoal, biochar is also not phytotoxic, says Anna Grochowska.

Biochar is mainly used in agriculture to enhance soil fertility and water retention capacity and then improve plant growth. As a result, it improves the overall farming productivity. But biochar can also be used in animal feed or as a bio-based substitute of active carbon.

Protected by international patents the Biogreen technology is a robust, reliable and cost-efficient process, allowing for very precise operating conditions up to 1000°C. In addition, thanks to having an electrically heated spiral, the Spirajoule allows the user to adjust both the process time and temperature – two essential pyrolysis parameters to control, in order to achieve the desired quality of biocoal, biochar and other products.

Processed bulk products, after entering the pyrolysis chamber, is efficiently conveyed along the reactor and transformed by temperature in the pyrolysis chamber.

 


Wood Vinegar Market to Witness Stunning Growth | New Life Agro, Verdi Life, Nakashima Trading

5 July, 2020
 

Wood vinegar is also known as pyroligneous acid or liquid smoke. It is a dark liquid in appearance and it is produced by destructive distillation of wood and several other plant materials. Wood vinegar consists of 80-90 %water and approximately 200 plus organic compounds. This type of vinegar has various health benefits such as it helps in digestion, reduces the effect of diarrhea and vomiting, maintain cholesterol level, etc. Further, improving crop yield production and increasing base of end-use industries with government initiatives for bio-based products, and stringent environmental regulations are driving the market growth.

 

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Effect of Modified Biochar on the Remediation of Pb-Contaminated Soil

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High levels of heavy metals, particularly of lead, in soil and water occur worldwide in many countries. Due to the harmful consequences on human health, it is mandatory to avoid Pb-contaminated soils and waters to enter in the food chain. In this research, biochar was prepared by corn stalk paralysation and alkali-modification. BCR sequential extraction method was employed to evaluate the morphological changes of lead in soil and a pot experiment was conducted with garland chrysanthemum as an indicator plant to investigate the bioavailability of lead in soil with biochar. The results indicated that alkali-modified biochar KBC showed strong immobilization abilities and could reduce the mobility and bioavailability of lead in soil.

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Making DIY Charcoal and BioChar Retort , #Biochar #TerraPeta #Incas #Farming #Soil , for many years I have been asked to design a bigger retort This retort will produce on average 650 to 700 Kg’s per B , These photographs show two different retort type charcoal making kilns Nunya

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Charcoal Kiln Design The Magic KilnMay 01, 2017· Charcoal Kiln Design 9 out of 10 based on 338 ratings This homepage is a English version There are misspellings in English Use the Iwasaki charcoal making kiln to make charcoal from forest thinnings Below is some information about the Adam Retort charcoal kiln design for you to image how it works and how to build , Continue reading Charcoal Kiln DesignProcess Design and Operation of a Wood Charcoal Retort ,Jun 22, 2017· The integrated compact retort system is further tested experimentally; only 2–3 h were needed to achieve complete carbonization of oak wood Various temperatures are achieved during operation, the maximum of which is at 900 °C The charcoal yield ranged between 37 and 46% on a dry basis, and the charcoal carbon contents were between 73 and 87%Make charcoal in your own backyard – VUTHISANov 14, 2009· ,with a Portable Charcoal Kiln By Vuthisa Herewith a step by step guide to making charcoal from yard waste in your own backyard This specific design has been used extensively since 1996 to clear Namibian encroachment bushHaving tested this system recently we see no reason why this technique cannot be applied to clear yard waste or any other biomass, including corn cobsKiln design web3revteduKiln design The kiln designed here was adapted from the New Hampshire Charcoal Kiln described by Henry Baldwin, New Hampshire State Forester, in 1950 Baldwin’s kilns were used extensively in pre WWII New England charcoal making, most of which was aimed at producing fuel for residential cooking in East Coast urban apartment dwellingsA mobile biochar retort this is Bob Wells of New ,The 500 series batch kiln is a commercial unit that produces up to 750 kg of biochar per burn The kiln is built in to a 20 ft container which allows it to be transported anywhere a truck can reach The kiln consists of two kiln bodies (retorts) with a capacity of 6 cubic meters each, and a central combustor or burner that provides heat to both

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Baigorri, R.; San Francisco, S.; Urrutia, Ó.; García-Mina, J.M. Biochar-Ca and Biochar-Al/-Fe-Mediated Phosphate Exchange Capacity are Main Drivers of the Different Biochar Effects on Plants in Acidic and Alkaline Soils. Agronomy 2020, 10, 968.

Baigorri R, San Francisco S, Urrutia Ó, García-Mina JM. Biochar-Ca and Biochar-Al/-Fe-Mediated Phosphate Exchange Capacity are Main Drivers of the Different Biochar Effects on Plants in Acidic and Alkaline Soils. Agronomy. 2020; 10(7):968.

Baigorri, Roberto; San Francisco, Sara; Urrutia, Óscar; García-Mina, José M. 2020. “Biochar-Ca and Biochar-Al/-Fe-Mediated Phosphate Exchange Capacity are Main Drivers of the Different Biochar Effects on Plants in Acidic and Alkaline Soils.” Agronomy 10, no. 7: 968.

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Caffeine removal by Gliricidia sepium biochar: Influence of pyrolysis temperature and …

6 July, 2020
 

Caffeine speciation on pH of the media influence the adsorption capacity.

Freundlich isotherm constant positively correlated with surface area of GBC.

Temkin equilibrium binding constant positively correlated with H/C ratio.

Mixed mechanisms; chemisorption and physisorption employed in CFN removal by GBC.

Caffeine speciation on pH of the media influence the adsorption capacity.

Freundlich isotherm constant positively correlated with surface area of GBC.

Temkin equilibrium binding constant positively correlated with H/C ratio.

Mixed mechanisms; chemisorption and physisorption employed in CFN removal by GBC.

The present study aimed to envisage the effect of physicochemical properties on the performance of Gliricidia sepium biochar (GBC) pyrolyzed at 300, 500, and 700 °C in the removal caffeine (CFN); a pharmaceutical and personal care product, from water. The physicochemical properties of GBC were characterized by proximate and ultimate analysis, BET, SEM, FTIR, and Raman spectroscopy. The adsorption batch experiment was carried out at various pH values (pH 3–10), mixing times (up to 24 h), and initial CFN concentration (10–500 mg/L). The FTIR analysis revealed the loss of polar functional groups on the surface of GBC derived at high temperatures. The red-shifted and blue-shifted Raman peaks indicate the condensation of small molecules on GBC. The GBC derived at 700 °C demonstrated high CFN adsorption capacity (16.26 mg/g) due to its high surface area and aromaticity. The highest adsorption of CFN was occurred at acidic pH range from 3.5 to 4.5 due to the existence of non-specific attraction between CFN and GBC. The kinetics and isotherm experimental data were fitted with Elovich and fractional power kinetic regression, Freundlich, and Temkin isotherm models, which suggested the adsorption of CFN on the GBC by mixed mechanisms; physisorption and chemisorption including π–π interactions, hydrogen bonding, n–π interactions, electrostatic attraction, and electron donor-acceptor attraction. Moreover, both surface area and aromaticity index have demonstrated a high positive correlation for CFN adsorption, signifying the importance of controlling physicochemical properties based on the end-user purpose of biochar.


Global Biochar Fine Granules Market 2020 Growing Strategies, Industry Segmentation and …

6 July, 2020
 

Global Biochar Fine Granules Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 attempts to provide significant insights associated with the current market scenario and future growth prospects based on in-depth research. The report is the most important research for who looks for complete information on the global Biochar Fine Granules market. The report covers market players as well as the new entrants in the market landscape. The report contains details of the evaluation of the scope of the regions and where the key participants should head to find potential growth opportunities in the future. The report assessed and predicts the upcoming industrial growth rates of the market.

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All the market players that are operating in the market are incorporated. Some of the major players that are included within the report are: Cool Planet Energy Systems, The Biochar Company (TBC), Terra Char, Biochar Supreme, Biochar Now, NextChar, Pacific Biochar, CharGrow

The research study further comprises investigations of the potential conditions of the global Biochar Fine Granules industry dynamics in terms of forthcoming growth opportunities. It sheds light on desirable opportunities, current applications, differentiable patterns related to the industry, and risk factors. The competitive market scenario among key players will help the industry aspirants in planning their strategies.

The report highlights product types which are as follows: Wood Source Biochar, Corn Source Biochar, Wheat Source Biochar, Others, etc.,

The report highlights top applications which are as follows: Soil Conditioner, Fertilizer, Others

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An efficient lithium ions adsorption-desorption performance in aqueous media

6 July, 2020
 

Coconut shell and rice husk biochar-based MnO2 composites were synthesized by simple pyrolysis, ultrasonication and heat treatment methods.

Comparative Lithium (Li+) uptakes performance of all fabricated composites has been done by optimizing adsorption parameters.

The prepared composites also showed efficacy for Li+ recovery from aqueous media.

Coconut shell and rice husk biochar-based MnO2 composites were synthesized by simple pyrolysis, ultrasonication and heat treatment methods.

Comparative Lithium (Li+) uptakes performance of all fabricated composites has been done by optimizing adsorption parameters.

The prepared composites also showed efficacy for Li+ recovery from aqueous media.

Lithium (Li+) is used in various applications involving pharmaceuticals, textile dyes, and batteries. Therefore, the demand for environmentally friendly and effective materials for Li+ uptake and recovery continues to increase. Herein, rice husk (RH) and coconut shell (CS) biomasses were used to fabricate honeycomb-networked biochar (BC) precursors via slow pyrolysis. RHBC- and CSBC-based MnO2 composites were synthesized by depositing MnO2 in various ratios onto RHBC and CSBC by varying the KMnO4 concentration (2%, 3%, and 4%), followed by simple ultrasonication and heat-treatment methodologies. The structural and physicochemical properties of all of the fabricated composites were analyzed using several different instrumental methods. The batch adsorption experiments were performed for comparative Li+-adsorption studies of RHBC-Mnx and CSBC-Mnx composites by optimizing several parameters (pH, adsorbent dose, Li+ initial concentration, and contact time). The comparative adsorption analysis revealed that the RHBC-Mnx composites exhibited stronger Li+-adsorption ability than the CSBC-Mnx composites and that increasing the MnO2 deposition to 3% in both cases led to maximum Li+ adsorption capacities (62.85 mg g−1 and 57.8 mg g−1), respectively. The kinetic studies show that Li+ adsorption proceeds through the pseudo-second-order mechanism. Li+ recovery was successfully carried out using HCl (eluting agent), thereby demonstrating the benefits of synthesized composites at the industrial scale. The current work indicates that the fabricated RHBC-Mnx and CSBC-Mnx composites may have potential for use as economical composites in eco-friendly applications such as Li+ adsorption and recovery from aqueous media.


MnO2-decorated biochar composites of coconut shell and rice husk

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Biochar combined with gypsum reduces both nitrogen and carbon losses during agricultural waste …

6 July, 2020
 

The addition of biochar combined with gypsum (BCG) shortened composting time.

The BCG reduced N loss, C loss and potential ecological risk during composting.

The BCG enhanced nutrient retention and overall compost quality (OCQ).

The effect of BCG on OCQ was closely associated with microbial activities/functions.

The BCG-induced enhancement in OCQ determined the agronomic performance of compost.

The addition of biochar combined with gypsum (BCG) shortened composting time.

The BCG reduced N loss, C loss and potential ecological risk during composting.

The BCG enhanced nutrient retention and overall compost quality (OCQ).

The effect of BCG on OCQ was closely associated with microbial activities/functions.

The BCG-induced enhancement in OCQ determined the agronomic performance of compost.

Composting is an efficient method for treating agricultural wastes. This study investigated the effects of the addition of biochar (B) and gypsum (G) to straw mixed with chicken manure (SC) (i.e. SC, SC+B, SC+G and SC+B+G) on composting performance at different initial C/N ratios (20, 25 and 30). In general, biochar combined with gypsum (BCG) efficiently shortened composting time and reduced N loss, C loss and potential ecological risk. It also enhanced lignocellulose decomposition, nutrient retention and the overall compost quality expressed by a compost quality index (CQI), and increased the biomass of four different test crops. The BCG-induced increase in CQI was closely associated with microbial enzyme activities and C catabolic profiles. These results indicated that the combination of biochar and gypsum is more effective than each single additive during composting, and emphasized that microbial activities and functions play pivotal roles in determining compost quality and thereby agronomic performance.


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Fight Against Lake Hopatcong Algae Blooms Continues with 'Biochar' Bags

6 July, 2020
 

ROXBURY, NJ – Several Lake Hopatcong inlets are the sites for an experiment that could help control harmful algal blooms (HABs), the green bacterial growths that shut down the lake last summer.

Workers from Princeton Hydro installed, at four places, tethered flotation bags containing “Biochar,” a material that might help remove dissolved phosphorous from water near the shoreline. Too much phosphorous is a major cause of HABs, according to biologists.

The Biochar bags were placed July 2 at the Lake Winona outlet, the Lake Forest Yacht Club, Lakeside Avenue and Holiday Avenue (near Ingram Cove) in Hopatcong and the Edith Decker School outlet in Mount Arlington, according to Lake Hopatcong Commission Administrator Colleen Lyons.

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The Biochar installations are being funded by a $500,000 state grant that also paid for Princeton Hyrdo’s recent dispersal of Phoslock, a different type of HAB-battling material, in Landing Cove in Roxbury.

“Biochar is a woody material that has a high affinity for a variety of pollutants including phosphorus,” said Lyons in a letter to local officials. “Biochar can be placed in flotation balls or cages and tethered along a beach area or where an inlet enters the lake.  This product has been shown to remove dissolved phosphorus directly from nearshore waters in turn limiting algal growth.”

She noted that Biochar is a relatively inexpensive “and has the added benefit of compost once its capacity to absorb phosphorus is exhausted.” Lyons said the phosphorus is held within the Biochar and won’t leach back out.

“Instead, when Biochar is used as a compost/mulch, plant roots grow into the material and uptake phosphorus directly,” she said.

She noted Princeton Hydro will soon be installing additional Biochar “socks” at some local ponds, including Duck Pond in Roxbury and Memorial Pond in Mount Arlington.

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ROXBURY, NJ – The Roxbury Public Library is happy to announce that starting July 6 it is resuming passport service.

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ROXBURY, NJ – Students in Roxbury’s public schools, forced to receive remote instruction since March when school buildings were shuttered due to COVID 19, will return to classrooms for 2½  hours each day when school opens this fall, according to the latest plan.

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ROXBURY, NJ – Quinnipiac University recently gave some Facebook praise to Brendan Dillon, a first lieutenant with Roxbury Fire and First Aid Co. 2 and one of a group of Quinnipiac students who recently formed the school’s first student-run emergency medical service.

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TRENTON, NJ — Roxbury restaurants that set up tents recently for outdoor dining, assuming it would be a very temporary way to get back to business, might be using them for longer than they anticipated.

Although he planned to loosen restrictions on indoor dining in New Jersey on July 2, Gov. Phil Murphy announced today he will delay the reopening. He provided no timetable of when indoor dining …

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ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury’s municipal buildings, closed to the public since March 19 due to COVID-19 concerns, are scheduled to re-open this week with restrictions.

RoxburyTown Hall in Ledgewood, the recreation and health department offices at 72 Eyland Ave. in Succasunna and the public works building on Dell Avenue in Kenvil will again be open to the public starting 8 a.m. July 1, said Roxbury …

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury’s municipal buildings, closed to the public since March 19 due to COVID-19 …

ROXBURY, NJ – For Roxbury residents made the Spring 2020 semester Dean’s List at Muhlenberg College, according to the school.

To make the list, a student had to achieve to a term GPA of 3.50 or higher .

Making the list were Madison Amdur of Succasunna, Donovan Brady of Ledgewood, Lauren Brinkman of Succasunna and Jordan Segrave of Ledgewood.

 

ROXBURY, NJ – For Roxbury residents made the Spring 2020 semester Dean’s List at Muhlenberg …

ROXBURY, NJ – We’ve been cooped up for so long! It’s time to get outside to enjoy some music, the night air and each other.

The Friends of the Roxbury Public Library, in conjunction with Skylands Songwriters Guild, is presenting five free outdoor concerts this summer.

Join us on the library lawn at the Gazebo and at the Gazebo at Horseshoe Lake.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their …

ROXBURY, NJ – We’ve been cooped up for so long! It’s time to get outside to enjoy some music, the …

ROXBURY, NJ – Meeting in the Horseshoe Lake Park pavilion, a structure it built for the township in 1993, the Roxbury Rotary Club on Thursday welcomed local firefighter Bill Diamond as its new president.

Diamond, 50, a plumber and member of Roxbury Company 1 Fire and EMS in Succasunna, replaces Steve Alford as the club’s leader. He said he looks forward to continuing the organization’s …

ROXBURY, NJ – Meeting in the Horseshoe Lake Park pavilion, a structure it built for the township in …

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury resident Veronica DeGloria was named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire for the spring 2020 semester.

DeGloria of Landing and majoring in Human Development and Family Studies, achieved Highest Honors. 

Highest honors are awarded to students who earn a semester grade point average of 3.85 or better out of a possible 4.0. Students with a 3.65 to 3.84 …

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury resident Veronica DeGloria was named to the Dean’s List at the University of …

ROXBURY, NJ – Faith Jacobus, of Ledgewood, was one of more than 2,300 undergraduate students at Coastal Carolina University named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2020 semester, said the school.

Jacobus is a Marine Science major.

Coastal Carolina University is a dynamic, public comprehensive liberal arts institution located in Conway, just minutes from the resort area of Myrtle Beach, …

ROXBURY, NJ – Faith Jacobus, of Ledgewood, was one of more than 2,300 undergraduate students at …


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