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Dreamcast sd modBiochar improves soil by increasing its water & nutrient retention. Can also be used as an additive to livestock feed. Activated charcoal, wood vinegar and frass all available online. Read our blog posts to learn more.

Youtube/HortiAdvice. Debosz, K. ; Vognsen, L. and Laborioau, R. (2002) Carbohydrates in hot water extracts of soil aggregates as affected by long-term management. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis , 33 (3-4), pp. 623-634. azmi, muhammad khairul (2018) pengaruh sistem irigasi, biochar, pupuk hayati dan fitosan terhadap pertumbuhan, hasil tanaman dan efesiensi irigasi untuk tanaman sorgum di tanah pasiran lahan kering lombok utara. s1 thesis, universitas mataram.

Inoculation, process of producing immunity and method of vaccination that consists of introduction of inoculation. People receiving smallpox inoculations in Dahomey (now Benin) during the global…Mar 14, 2014 · "Biochar is a valuable material," said Linden. "It has good water holding capacity and it can be used in agricultural areas to hold in nutrients and bring more stability to the soils," he said. Aghayarzadeh, M, Khabbaz, H, Fatahi, B & Terzaghi, S 2020, 'Interpretation of Dynamic Pile Load Testing for Open-Ended Tubular Piles Using Finite-Element Method', INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEOMECHANICS, vol. 20, no. 2. Have you heard of biochar? This “new” organic fertilizer is a safe, effective soil amendment with a plethora of benefits

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KIS Organics Water Only Soil Mix is a revolutionary "water only" soil mix for all container and raised bed plants that is registered for organic use with CDFA. Ingredients are comprised of organic and natural (minerals). No need to worry about burning your plants either, just plant and water until harvest. Get rid of a Making Biochar: with Peter Hirst of New England Biochar is a great video showing the two-drum approach, producing a small batch of around 30 lbs biochar, with good discussion of other methods and inoculation with compost; SKB's Double barrel charcoal retort is video of a two-barrel approach Here is a playlist for my next year's composting effort: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDCRYtmkDsX_hf_J-gr1AmL7HbLlzTTH-

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The team created biochar in a barrel over a fire pit in the backyard using Ash, Cedar and Pine. They recorded mass and time change, in order to do later calorimetry. Then, using the biochar, Jessica and Jennine grew beans in 250mL of BioChar to 250mL of soil (a 50:50 blend).

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Koide RT, Petprakob K, Peoples M. 2011. Quantitative analysis of biochar in field soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 43:1563-1568. Hoeksema JD, Chaudhary VB, Gehring CA, Johnson NC, Karst J, Koide RT, Pringle A, Zabinski C, Bever JD, Moore JC, et al. 2010. A meta-analysis of context-dependency in plant response to inoculation with mycorrhizal …


Waste not: Cow manure could become (more) sustainable fertilizer | NCPR News

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By VALERIE PUMA

Cortland Standard

If you’ve ever stepped foot on a dairy farm, you know the smell of cow manure comes with the territory. Farmers deal with the challenges of disposing of the waste on a daily basis, but a sustainable fertilizing trend could be a modern-day solution.

Smaller farms with only a few dozen cows may have simpler solutions for manure that don’t pose environmental hazards. But farms with more than 200 cows face more challenges. They sometimes have to find or rent fields simply to spread the manure, or store it in lagoons. Mishandled, the manure could dump excess nutrients into aquifers or other water sources.

However, heat the manure to 700 to 1,200 degrees fahrenheit without oxygen, and one can create biochar fertilizer. The process is known as pyrolysis, which is very different from incineration — instead of producing only ash and smoke, pyrolysis produces nutrient-rich liquid and solid residue.

Leilah Krounbi, a doctoral student researching biochar at Cornell University, has grown crops with nutrient-rich manure biochar, including radishes and tomatoes. By treating the biochar to enrich it with nitrogen, Krounbi’s crops saw up to 35% greater plant growth.

Krounbi said interest in biochar stems from three interests:

*Generating energy using pyrolysis.

*Finding a solution for waste biomass from forests, farms, and even urban wastes.

*Creating alternative soil amendments to boost soil fertility.

“It seems that the idea of enriching biochars with nutrients for use as alternative nutrient fertilizers came later, as people understood more about the chemistry of these materials,” Krounbi said. “Pyrolysis of high-nutrient feedstocks, such as manures, seems the latest development.”

Biochar fertilizing could decrease the amount of manure to dispose of on farms, and protect natural resources in the area. Runoff from manure into surface waters can deplete oxygen for fish and other water life, Krounbi said, and nitrogen from the manure could pollute groundwater and pose health and safety hazards.

But biochar doesn’t have to be made with cow manure, nor is it simply a fertilizer.

In the early 2010s, Main Street Farms in Cortland partnered with Cornell University to do a biochar trial using woodchips, said Adrianne Traub, who worked at the farm.

“It was a fairly clean production of energy for us because we were using a lot of energy to heat our hydroponics greenhouse,” said Traub, now a project coordinator with Seven Valleys Health Coalition’s USDA local food promotion program. “So instead of using oil or natural gas, we were able to use this to produce heat and provide seasonal extension for growing earlier in the spring and later into the fall.”

The wood chips were released into the combustion chamber, where they would burn at such a high temperature, little smoke was created.

“After the combustion chamber, there was a fan that pushed that hot air into the greenhouse, and a vent that led through a hole in the top of the greenhouse to release the excess smoke,” Traub said.

Main Street Farms’ greenhouse used an early version of biochar technology that still needed tweaking, but the results during its trial farming season were notable.

“This is a viable, new agricultural technology,” Traub said. “I think with the increase in efficiency and improvement in design over the years, it could be a huge help to farmers both with heat production and for sustainable soil amendments to increase soil quality.”

Biochar fertilizer has been a passionate topic for Assembly Member Anna Kelles (D-Ithaca) for years.

“It is 100% a solution to increasing the carbon sequestration of soil, increasing the quality of soil, decreasing the need for fertilizing and potentially decreasing the need of some pesticides,” Kelles said Saturday during a legislative tour of Cortland County farms.

Kelles grew up down the road from a Tompkins County farm, later pursuing degrees in biology, environmental studies and nutritional epidemiology. She now chairs the Assembly subcommittee on agricultural production and technology.

Kelles co-sponsored a bill to create a program to help farmers improve the health of the soil and simultaneously reduce the effect of farming on climate change — a bill that has passed both houses but needs to be reconciled. She said biochar fertilizer could be a part of that.

“If you’re on a farm, you could use excess manure so you don’t have to buy extra fields to spread it in the fields — instead, get a pyrolysis unit, make the biochar and till it back into the land,” Kelles said.

The downside is there is still more research to be done regarding the labor behind running different pyrolysis units, how to integrate it into farms and what the cost would be for individual farmers.

Centralized pyrolysis facilities would likely be more efficient than smaller farmers creating biochar on their own, Krounbi said. “It will also be cheaper for farmers, not requiring each farmer to invest in their own kilns, but rather share the cost across a community.”

“I want my colleagues to understand it more, and for all of us to be talking about it more, so that we can start to explore pilot funding, working with farms and working out the kinks to integrate it,” Kelles said. “The benefits are too large to ignore.”


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Happiness! City university students celebrate special rice harvest on island – SHINE News

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Students from East China Normal University harvest a new crop of rice on Hengsha Island.

More than 50 teachers and students from East China Normal University harvested a new crop of rice on Shanghai's Hengsha Island in Chongming District along with local farmers to celebrate the harvest of "Happiness" ecological rice.

It was the third straight year that the university team grew the rice on the island soil, whose fertility they have improved, leading to a bumper harvest.

The "Happiness" ecological rice is an achievement of the soil improvement research conducted by the university team in the siltation and reclamation area. Last year, the yield per unit area of late-season rice in the improved field increased by up to 128 percent compared with that in the normal control field.

"Seeing our rice grow well with full grains, neighboring farmers all came to ask about our cultivation methods. They established contacts with us on WeChat to seek advice," said Deng Hong, the project leader who is an associate professor from the university's School of Ecological and Environmental Sciences.

The students make a pretty picture with their rice harvest.

The east shoal of Hengsha Island covers a total area of 160,000 mu (26,358 acres) and is an important land reserve resource for both eco-island construction and agricultural development of Chongming. However, the soil there, mainly from the mud in estuaries, is sandy and low in organic matter and nutrients. It's also salinized to some degree. Therefore, solutions were urgently needed to rapidly improve the soil.

Since 2019, the ecological restoration innovation team led by Deng has been working to improve soil fertility here. They also managed to reduce the occurrence of plant diseases and pests which has slashed the use of pesticides.

In 2020, the research team successfully improved soil fertility of 35 mu of new land on Hengsha Island. The average yield of rice per mu exceeded 400 kilograms, 16 to 128 percent higher than that of the normal control field.

The rice produced is pollution-free, therefore known as "Happiness."

The rice was also found to be superior in look and taste, compared with the rice of the same variety produced from other farmland.

This year, the team planted 40 mu of early-season rice and 60 mu of late-season rice on the improved land. The researchers will track and evaluate the effects of soil improvement over the past two years, particularly in the aspects of restoration of soil microbiota and ecosystem.

They will also demonstrate the use of microbial agents, biochar-based microbial fertilizers and the methods of restoration of key farmland species they have developed in the land.

A student looks happy as she carries the rice crop.

According to Deng, the team members used crop straw to produce biochar with pyrolysis technology. By optimized pyrolysis temperature and amount of biochar, they developed a biochar-based microbial fertilizer, which turned out effective in promoting crop growth. Currently, they have submitted an application for an invention patent for this fertilizer.

The research team has also successfully screened out a highly effective plant growth-promoting bacteria from saline soil to improve the salt resistance of crops, and developed a composite yield-increasing technology combining local high-efficiency microbial agents and plant immune inducers.

Students carry the rice crop with evident joy.

This year, students were engaged in the whole process of rice growing, from seeding to harvest.

"We have been familiar with city life but seldom go into the fields to experience nature and the joy of labor," said Zhao Yue, one of the students participating in the celebration. "This activity enabled us to better understand the hard work of researchers behind this ecological base."

"Our teacher led us to observe the paddy field canals and asked us to think about and discuss the canal patterns and functions. In the process, we also learned about the ecological corridor and thought about its advantages and disadvantages," said Song Mengqi, another student.

"As an ecology major, I should not be satisfied with being an armchair strategist, but should take the field as my main work place for scientific research."

On Hengsha Island, rice paddy paintings and colorful flowers in the Island Art Garden scenic area have been attracting tourists from across China. This year, East China Normal University also "painted" a little lion with various rice varieties to celebrate its 70th anniversary.

A pattern of a lion "drawn" with rice by a team from East China Normal University in the Island Art Garden scenic area of Hengsha Island

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Biochar What and Why Tom Miles, NW Biochar Working Group www.nwbiochar.org Renel … – Scribd

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Tom Miles, NW Biochar Working Group

www.nwbiochar.org
Renel Anderson, Biochar Supreme
www.biocharsupreme.com

San Juan Islands Agricultural Summit

San Juan Country Agricultural Resource Committee
Orcas Island High School
March 8, 2014
sjcarc.org
3-8-2014
What is Biochar?
Biochar is a fine-grained, highly porous charcoal that helps
soils retain nutrients and water. IBI

Mycorrhizal fungal hyphae

growing from spore base invade
large charcoal pores
Ogawa 2004

Collins 2009

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The Origins of Biochar: Amazonian Dark
Earth (Terra Preta de Indio)
• Heavy clay soils on high bluffs above Amazon river
• Low pH (3.5-4), high iron, high alumina, high leaching

Brazil Field Trip, September 2010

International Biochar Initiative
www.biochar-international.org

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Charcoal and Nutrients Enriched Poor Soil
• Terra Preta Ingredients: charcoal, fish bones, food waste, excrement, soil
• Anthropogenic soil: 30 in (75 cm) pH 5-6; P 100-300x; Zn 10 x; high base sat; low Fe sat
• Crops: Manioc, papaya, mango, corn, oranges, cacao, banana, cupuaçu

Costa Laranjal, Amazonas, BR

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www.ibi2010.org/field-trip-to-the-amazonexcursao-tecnica-para-a-amazonia
Abundant Crops Grow on Enriched Soils
Native
Ferralsol
No Char
Hi Iron
pH 3.6

Cacao Pod and Bean

Char Only
Terra Mulata
pH 4.4

Papaya
Biochar+ Fertilizer

Char + Waste
Terra Preta de
Indio
pH 5.3-5.7

Cupuaçu Manioc (Cassava) root

EMBRAPA Caldeirão, Amazonas, BR T R Miles Technical Consultants, Inc.
5
Why Biochar Today?
• Carbon Smart – Grow carbon negative food
– Add carbon to soil, reduce fossil inputs
• Improve soil fertility
– Physical (texture)
– Chemical (pH, cation exchange)
– Microbial habitat
– Suppress root borne disease
– Remediate soils
– Retain water
• Improve nutrient management
– Improve nutrient use (N, P, K, micro)
– Recycle manure (Co-composting w/char)
• Improve water quality
– Reduce nutrient loss
– Reduce metal contamination
– Improve bioremediation
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Biochar Promotes Healthier Soils and Crops
Agronomic Benefits
SOIL STRUCTURE-
Amend root zone
Increase porosity, WHC, CEC
Reduce compaction
PLANT HEALTH –
Resist disease Pythium, Fusarium 0% biochar on left,
20% biochar on right
ENHANCED ROOT GROWTH
Frankia Sp. N fixing
NUTRIENT FILTER –
Capture, use NPK
efficiently
ESTABLISHMENT IBI
Seed coating
Microbe Carrier Corn in poor soil (Left) and
Biochar Amended Soil (Right)
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Biochar Helps Grow Trees
Agronomic Benefits
SOIL STRUCTURE-
Vermiculite substitute
COMPOST AID –
Peat substitute = Compost + Biochar
PLANT HEALTH –
Inhibits root disease
Nutrient (P) carrier for poor soils

2008 2009
Calforest
Nurseries
Ponderosa Pine in Soilless Media with
Vermiculite (Left) and Biochar (Right)
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Biochar Helps Re-vegetation, Environmental
Remediation, and Urban Farming

URBAN FARMING
GREEN ANCHORS
www.facebook.com/greenanchorspdx
BIOCHAR IN HYDROSEEDING AND FILTERS
www.permamatrix.com

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Biochar Improves Water Quality

LOW IMPACT DESIGN:RAIN

GARDENS/STORM DRAINS
WSU Low Impact Development Center
DEMOS: 8 Cities
RESEARCH:
• OSU – MS, MBA
• EPA Corvallis
• WSU Puyallup
• Stanford/CSM ROOF DRAINS

BIOCHAR IN COMPOST ROLLS AND BIO BAG FILTERS FOR SURFACE RUNOFF
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Biochar Improves the Environment
• Reduces nitrous oxide emissions 50-80%
(Rondon, Ramirez, and Lehmann, 2005)
• Reduces phosphorus and nitrogen in groundwater
• Increases soil carbon- reduce atmospheric CO2
• Reduces forest fuel load
• Revitalizes Brownfield sites
• Sequesters carbon

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Opportunity: Provide sustainable carbon to
production agriculture.
Challenges: affordable conversion, field application.

Method:
Add 200 lb biochar/acre/year to grow sustainable
Carbon Smart Food
www.dyarrow.org/cool-food
Keyline Plow
Direct Application www.yeomansplow.com.au

Or

Add 5% – 100lb biochar/ton – to compost

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Biochar + Compost
1 CY Biochar + 5 CY Organics = 3 t/a
FOREST Carbon
RESIDUES
Smart Food
ORGANICS CO-COMPOST
PRUNINGS

TEAR OUTS

URBAN AD SOLIDS
WOOD
+ FORAGE
SEEDS
HOPS
HUSKS
MINT
HULLS
GREEN
WASTE Row Crops
BIOMASS Orchard
ASH Berries
HEAT AND “surface oxidation can be Vineyards
POWER accelerated by microbial aging”
Wiedner, Glaser 2012

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Making Biochar
• Dry Fuel – Air Dried or Less than 20% MC
• Temperatures – 400⁰C, 600 ⁰C, 800 ⁰C
• Industrial Scale
– High Carbon Flyash, 10 CY/day
– ICM Biochar 400 CY/day
– Earth Systems 10-20 CY/day
• Farm Scale
– Adam Retort 1-2 CY/day
• Small scale –
– Top Lit Burn Pile – >0.5CY/day
– Small Ovens – <10 ft3/day,
Firepit kiln, Jolly Roger, Gasifiers
– Stoves, BBQ – <ft3/day
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Biochar Can Be Made From Different Feedstocks

Urban and Forest Wood Wood Char

Wheat Straw or Corn Stover Straw Char

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Do-It-Yourself Biochars
Have Different Qualities Than Processed Biochars
SELECT BIOCHARS TO SUIT SOILS
AND CROP NEEDS

Biochar Supreme
photo: Biochar Supreme biocharsupreme.com

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Temperatures Affect Biochar Properties

LEHMANN
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Some Industrial Biomass Boilers Can Produce High
Carbon Wood Ash With Biochar-like Properties
Stack
Boiler-Superheater 200 TPD WOOD
8-10 CY/Day Biochar Electrostatic
60%-80% Carbon Precipitator
Economizer

Multicyclone

High
Carbon
Air Heater Ash Fan Ash
Furnace Cells/Grate
Source: Wellons, Inc. www.wellonsusa.com
Ash/Char T R Miles Technical Consultants, Inc. 18
Industrial Systems Convert Wood/Straw to
Heat, Power and Biochar
Makes 40 TPD 400 CY/Day BIOCHAR

ICM 200 tpd Gasifier

Wood, Straw, Stover
www.icminc.com
4-8 TPH Biomass 2-5 MWe
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30-60,000 BDT/y
Mobile Charmaker
MPP20/40 20 CY/DAY
2 ton 10 CY/4 hours
Fully automated
Earth Systems (Aus)
USD $345,000
http://www.esenergy.com.au/services/charma
ker/charmaker-techprocess

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Mobile Retort Makes Char from Cordwood and Waste Wood
1 Cord (4 CY) wood /Batch
8 hr burn ->1-2 CY Biochar Char Extractor

Oven/Retort

Burner Gasifier Starter

Fuel

Afterburner

Oven/Retort

Tars/Oil
Gasifier

Living Web Farm New England Biochar

www.biochar.bioenergylists.org/living-web-biochar-workshop-2013 www.newenglandbiochar.org
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Stationary Retort with Greenhouse Heating

Sullivan Center for Sustainable 1 Cord ~ 4 CY

Agriculture and CSA, NH
sullivancsa.com
8 hr burn 1-2 CY Biochar
New England Biochar + 300,000 Btuh Hot Water
newenglandbiochar.org

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Trough Gasifier For Bark, Litter, Sawdust

Hot Gas
Fuel

Gasifier

Biomass 800 lb/hr chips, litter Char

Heat 1.4 MMBtuh
Biochar 140 lb/hr 4-12 CY/Day BES Australia Stephen Joseph 2014
Cost $150,000
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Mobile, Batch and Continuous Kilns
Make Char Though Gasification Without Heat Recovery

BIGCHAR AUS
www.bigchar.com.au
Carbon Gold UK
www.carbongold.com Continuous Mobile Kilns $300k

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Cordwood Carbonizer and Boiler
Combined Heat and Biochar

Char
Oven
Hot
Water Hot Water Heater
Furnace Boiler with Heat Storage

Char Oven (left) heated by gases

from Furnace (right) for hot water.

Woodstock Char Grill

Prototype by Clearstak
www.clearstak.com
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Adapting a Greenhouse Boiler to make Biochar
10 MMBtuh Heat From Boiler
Chain Grate Stoker
1 ton fuel/hr->5-10 CY/day biochar
Combustion Air

Burn Gas Above Grate

Burt’s Greenhouses, Ontario, CAN

Limit Under-grate Air to
Alex English
NE Biochar Symposium 2009 Convert Fuel to Gas and Char High
http://www.cns.umass.edu/biochar09/presentations/Mass_Biochar_2.pdf Carbon Ash

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Small Scale Biochar Production

Firepit Cone Kiln

Gasifier

“J-RO” Jolly Roger Oven

Top Lit Gasifier + Barrel Oven
Top Lit Burn Pile Top Lit TLUD Gasifying
Cook Stove

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Top Lit (Firepit) Cone Kiln
Makes Char by Limiting Oxygen at Base of Fire

Sides Contain
Heat, Limit
Oxygen Bluesky Biochar
http://youtu.be/bO9-RBaAq3U
Burn 2 hrs with dry wood Wilson Biomass Associates
Biochar ~4.5 ft3/burn www.wilsonbiochar.com
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Cone Limits Oxygen At Base To Promote
Charcoal Formation

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Top Lit Burn Reduces Oxygen Increases Char
Light From Top

Smoke is
consumed

Water Quench
at Base

Char residue

Quench
Wilson Biochar
Burn 5 hrs dry wood http://tcia.org/digital_magazine/tci-
Biochar ~13-27 ft3/burn magazine/2014/02/index.htm#?page=26
(0.5-1 CY)
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The mini Moxham: Char in a Barrel Burner

Dolf Cooke, The Biochar Project, Australia

biocharproject.org/charmasters-log/organic-farmer-mini-moxham-turn-waste-biochar/
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Carbon Cultures Gasifier

Clean Burning Gas

AIR

AIR
Char Damper

Limits combustion air to make gas and char

Gas burns cleanly above kiln
Wood size max 3” diameter • Prevents heat damage to soil organisms
Burn 3-5 hrs with dry wood • Reduces pollution from gas and particulate
Biochar ~20 ft3/burn (0.75 CY) • Recovers biochar
carboncultures.com

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Carbon Cultures Glacier Kiln at
Coffelt Farm March 7, 2014
GAS BURNER

AIR
ADJUSTMENT
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Partial Combustion in a Gasifier Makes Char

Limit air to make gas

and char

Lopez Biochar Kiln

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Sam Heller’s Experimental Gasifier at
Coffelt Farm March 7, 2014

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Heating Wood to Make Char in a Barrel Oven

Fuel
Wood

Char
wood

SIMPLE CHAR KILN

Max Henderson Folke Gunther
Kelpie Wilson 30 Gal in 50 Gal Barrel
1.5 ft3/Burn
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Wells Retort
Wood charred in rotating barrel by heat from an inner tube.
Amherst, MA

Fuel 5 lb/hr
Rotate Barrel Biochar 1.5 lb/hr

Firebox

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Single Chamber Top Lit (TLUD) Batch Ovens

Afterburner

Air

Air

David Yarrow 55 Gal TLUD Karl Frogner, Doug Clayton

Barrel Burner 3 ft3/burn .2CY 55 Gal TLUD Ovens
www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGsdma-2CkQ
www.dyarrow.org/CarbonSmart
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg95KYrH8PI
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Making Biochar in TLUD Ovens for Water Treatment in Burma
55-gal TLUD drum pyrolyzer design can be made using only a machete –
no electricity or power tools required. (Josh Kearns, Aqueous Solutions)

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.409998402469204.1073741830.119213051547742&type=3
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Top Lit Up Draft (TLUD) Stoves Make Gas for Cooking and Char for the Garden
(micro gasification)

Champion TLUD Estufa Finca Planetstove Firepit BBQ

Flame consumes oxygen and carbonizes wood as it burns
Stop burning before the char is consumed ~ 20-24% of fuel.
Cost $100 Burn 1/2 hr with dry wood, Biochar ~0.05-0.25 ft3/burn
https://energypedia.info/wiki/File:Micro_Gasification_Cooking_with_gas_from_biomass.pdf
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Char From Top Lit Updraft Gasifiers
• Batch load.
• Gases burn above fuel.char.
• Heat from flame and partial burning
drives volatile gases from fuel.
• Char remains after volatiles burn

BioChar Cook Stove

Seachar.org

Cooking on the TLUD “Estufa Finca” in Costa Rica

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Dr TLUD’s Stoves For Developing Countries

Paul Anderson
www.drtlud.com
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Backyard Biochar with a TLUD Stove

TLUD BIOCHAR STOVE

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Pyro ⦿ Grilling: TLUD CharBQ

Weber with TLUD Burner

Tastes better
Clean burning Toucan TLUD
Less expensive than store bought charcoal
Chips or pellets 2 Cans
Great for your garden
45 min burn
Good for the environment
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Jock Gill www.biochar-
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Listserv and Website

Steering Committee
Meetings
Projects
Biochar Producers
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YouTube. Twitter. Instagram. YouTube. Twitter. Facebook.Following the inoculation process, the mushroom bags are hanged in locally built (brick or mud walls and thatched roof), darkened mushroom houses for incubation. Ideal humidity of the incubation room is 70% – 75%. Each room can host up to 300 gardens. The mushrooms start sprouting after 28-35 days from inoculation.

Biouhel (z angl. biochar) je zuhelněná biomasa, která vznikla termickou přeměnou (nízkoteplotní pyrolýza, karbonizace). V podstatě jde o obdobu dřevného uhlí, ale vyrobeného ze zbytkové a odpadní biomasy. Základní složkou je chemicky stabilní uhlík, který nepodléhá dalšímu rozkladu ani oxidaci. Inoculation And Nodulation Of Subterranean Clover On Acid Soils; Enumeration And Distribution Of Rhizobium Trifolii In An Acid Soil And Implications For Nodulation Of Subterranean Clover. The Effect Of Lime On Growth And Phosphorus Uptake Of Red, White And Subterranean Clover On An Acidic Soil; A Comparison Of Lime And Sewage Ash To Correct … azmi, muhammad khairul (2018) pengaruh sistem irigasi, biochar, pupuk hayati dan fitosan terhadap pertumbuhan, hasil tanaman dan efesiensi irigasi untuk tanaman sorgum di tanah pasiran lahan kering lombok utara. s1 thesis, universitas mataram.

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Dec 27, 2020 · The company wants to rezone some of its property to construct a biochar facility. The process uses wood chips to create a type of organic charcoal using a process called pyrolysis, or heating the … Canada’s customizable and curated collection of Canadian and world news plus coverage of sports, entertainment, money, weather, travel, health and lifestyle, combined with Outlook / Hotmail …

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Effect of inoculation and leaf litter amendment on establishment of nodule-forming Frankia populations in soil. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. Microbiol. 67 : 2603-2609 Crossref , Medline , ISI , Google Scholar . Our Biochar We’ve worked on R&D for about five years under the Biochar Project. There are several things that are important with our biochar: To demonstrate the benefits using biochar to improve soil fertility, we have established the Hill Of Abundance food project for 500 families here on the property. Published on Feb 20, 2017. Learn how to create and use biochar. … Published in: Education. 6.  It's easy!  Mix biochar and inoculant with chlorine free water  Add microbial food source if desired…Zulkipli, Zulfatihah (2016) Effects of rice husk biochar on growth performance of MRIA 1 and nutrient content in soil at seedling stage / Zulfatihah Zulkipli. [Student Project] (Unpublished) Ismail, Isma Syahril (2016) Effects of sound stimuli on the phenotypic and genotypic characteristics of Staphylococcus aureus / Isma Syahril Ismail. New Customers By creating an account with BuildASoil, you will be able to move through the checkout process faster, store multiple shipping addresses, view and track your orders and more.

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For the pre-inoculation treatments (i.e., fungicide applied before the fungus), the fungicides all reduced disease by 80 to 95 per cent, while fungicide treatments at seven or 14 days after … Nov 11, 2016 · During her PhD studies, Caixia Liu from the Department of Agroecology, Aarhus University, investigated the effect of adding biochar produced from wood on potato growth, yield, nutrient uptake and water utilisation when three other factors were also taken into consideration: irrigation methods, phosphorous fertilization and inoculation with a … An international non-profit organization has developed, the International Biochar Initiative (IBI), to present to the world the case of biochar as a way to improve soil quality, to reduce carbon emissions, to improve water quality by reducing the use of fertilizers, and to provide clean energy.

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Tomatoes respond well to inoculation by mycorrhizal fungi which build a symbiotic relationship (benefits for both species) with the plant. The fungi form a network of hyphae which transport water and minerals the tomato plant in return for sugars produced by the roots.

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Mar 18, 2019 · In fact, fungal inoculation may simply improve it in some ways, as it causes the compost to break down and become more soil-like. Most of the mushroom compost available in bags at your home center is actually spent mushroom substrate from the mushroom farming industry.


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Biochar is the carbon rich product of burning biomass sources such as wood chips, plant residues, manure or other agricultural waste in the absence or reduction of oxygen. This process is called pyrolysis or gasification.

Applying biochar to soil as an enhancer is a tried and true method dating back at least 2,000 years where indigenous people of the Amazon basin used biochar to create regions of fertile soil called “Terra Preta.” The high porosity of biochar increases the soil’s potential for nutrient and agrochemical retention. Also, biochar has a negative charge that binds to nutrients such as calcium, potassium and magnesium. This results in a reduced soil acidity (higher pH).

Biochar’s retention of nutrients and agrochemicals prevents them from finding their way into our ground water and causing pollution. Aditionally, biochar’s high porosity promotes moisture retention while facilitating excess runoff. Therefore, reducing the possibility of under and overwatering.  

Plants need oxygen to convert sugars into energy. The high porosity of biochar supports proper aeration of the soil and allows roots to get the oxygen they need. As well, biochar’s negative charge increases cation exchange capacity so nutrients are more readily available for root absorption.  

Rather than simply setting fire to biomass and emitting carbon into the air, the process of pyrolysis or gasification retains carbon in the form of biochar. Once the biochar is placed into the ground as a soil enhancer, the process becomes “carbon negative.” Furthermore, the co-products of this process, oils and gases, can be processed into clean, renewable energy.

Not all biochar is created equal, in that it may come from many different feedstock sources. Our friends at Locoal® only use 100% hardwood, heated at optimum conditions, producing premium quality biochar. To boot, Locoal’s 100% hardwood feedstock is sourced from pallet waste that might otherwise find it’s way into your local landfill, emitting methane gases into the ground or burned, emitting carbon into the air.

Not to mention, both Backwoods Biochar and the Locoal® Charcoal Company are veteran owned businesses , mainly employing veterans. Though we fought overseas to extinguish external threats, we recognize the home threats of climate change, food security, water pollution and waste management.

We’re not going to sugar coat things here(super unhealthy anyway) and tell you incorporating biochar into your soil is easy-peasy, lemon-squeezy. Doing things the right way usually is not. Did your mama go into the kitchen and come out 5 minutes later with your favorite meal? Most likely, she did not. The same holds true here. If you want things done correctly, you’re going to have to get your hands a little dirty, pun intended.  The good news is, Backwoods Biochar is here to help you every step of the way. Use this series of FAQ to guide your path to soil regeneration.

The general consensus within the biochar community is that, about a 10% biochar to the top 6 inches of soil mixture is needed. However, for optimum results, biochar should be mixed as far down as your plants roots will reach, know as the root zone. Still not sure how much biochar you need? That’s ok because we’ve got a handy-dandy biochar calculator here to help you figure that out!

Once you’ve picked up the correct amount of biochar, you’re going to want to charge it before applying it to any pots, beds or gardens. It’s not absolutely necessary, but it’s a really good idea. Without pre-charging your biochar, it will take much longer for it to build up any kind of microbial life.  As a matter of fact, it could even have a negative effect on your plants. Much of the nutrients and microbes will be drawn to the biochar, instead of plant roots, until a balance is achieved. To charge your biochar, brew up a 50/50 biochar to compost mixture and let it sit for about 2 weeks. Remember, the warmer the compost, the better. However, too warm and it’ll dry out, requiring you to add water to keep it moist. So, place your compost bin accordingly.

Once you’ve achieved biocharging, work the biochar/compost mixture into the top layer of soil that would make up the root zone of your plants. This would most likely be about 4 to 6 inches deep but depends on what you are planting.

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Transforming the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) into biochar to reduce fugitive landfill emissions and control organic micropollutants (OMP) during landfill leachate treatment could provide a new circular economy organics diversion approach. However, research on landfill leachate treatment under consistent, representative conditions with biochar derived from the wide range of OFMSW components is needed. Further, the competitive nature of leachate dissolved organic matter (DOM) for biochar adsorption sites has not been examined. To this end, biochars were produced from seven diverse OFMSW types and batch tested using two representative organic contaminants. To evaluate leachate DOM impact on OMP removal and fouling mitigation with biochar enhancement methods, experiments were performed with three background matrices (deionized water, synthetic leachate, real leachate) and two enhancement methods (ash-pretreatment, double-heating). Since evaluating all possible OFMSW feedstock combinations is infeasible, fundamental relationships between individual feedstocks and biochar properties were evaluated. Overall, biochar performance varied substantially; the dose to achieve a given target removal spanned an order of magnitude between the OFMSW feedstocks. Also, the presence of leachate DOM more negatively impacted the performance of all biochars relative to the benchmark adsorbent activated carbon. Finally, the enhancement methods altered biochar pore structure by increasing micropore and slightly decreasing non-micropore surface areas, resulting in improved adsorption capacity (by 23 to 93%). By providing the basis for a low-cost, enhanced leachate treatment method, this study could incentivize a novel organics diversion approach that reduces climate change impacts, harvests energy from waste, and reduces landfill air emissions.

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Owing to fossil fuel overuse, consequences in the form of climate change impacts are being experienced globally. Although the recognition of the problems is longstanding, solutions have been slow to manifest. Among the solutions discussed are CO2 sequestration. The purpose of this seminar is to critically evaluate a single strategy: household to industrialized plant cultivation coupled with biochar production, followed by biochar storage subsurface or otherwise to permanently sequester C. What is biochar? How is it produced? What is its net C sequestration footprint? What is the potential for biochar production and its storage to permanently sequester C, such that impacts of climate change might be slowed or mitigated? Students would read literature provided, work in small groups or individually to discuss the facts and knowledge gaps. Where possible analyses would be undertaken to quantitatively address key questions such that critical evaluation can be performed. Visitors knowledgeable of related issues in biochar production and use in permaculture, in sociology related to individual action for collective good, and in environmental economics related to global issues would be invited to provide additional perspectives and engagement.

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Riva Duncan, Executive Secretary of Grassroots Wildland Firefighters, was interviewed live today on CBS Sunday Morning. You can view the segment here.  

She was asked about the provisions in the infrastructure bill that is now languishing in the House of Representatives after being passed in the Senate.

About 0.3 percent, or approximately $3,369,000,000 in this $1 trillion infrastructure bill is directed at wildland fire. Another much more controversial “reconciliation” bill, mostly about social programs that may spend more than $3 trillion, is much more controversial, but some politicians want the two bills to be passed at the same time.

In additional to customary infrastructure like roads and bridges, the $1 trillion infrastructure bill appropriates funds toward a couple of dozen wildland fire issues, most of which are important, but especially a few that have been near and dear to the hearts of Federal firefighters Forestry Technicians for years, especially the creation of a Wildland Firefighter occupational series. This would mean if the bill passes they will no longer be pigeonholed as they are now in a Forestry Technician job description. A bump in salary is also included.

The bill authorizes $600 million for management of personnel — those who fight fires.

Other provisions of the the bill that are related to Wildland fire. (M = million)

One issue this legislation does not address is the inadequate funding of aerial firefighting — the use of air tankers and helicopters to assist firefighters on the ground by dropping water or retardant to slow the spread of wildfires, which is necessary for Homeland Security. The Federal agencies entered the year with 18 large air tankers and 28 large Type 1 helicopters, when they should have 40 large air tankers and 50 large helicopters on exclusive use 10-year contracts instead of the existing 1-year contracts.

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Bill your the man for maintaining ongoing coverage of this. Thank you for that. Riva is just the bees knees. She continues to wow me in her “retirement”. Very thankful and fortunate to have her in our ranks.

Aerial firefighting should be near the forefront –say at least 500 million . A few of the categories asked for ,seem a little sketchy ! There is room to carve out money for Aircraft ,and the appropriate support needed. . The firefighting aircraft issue gets ignored ,year after year! Where does the Chief of the USFS stand on this ??

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Effects of biochar application with fertilizer on soil microbial biomass and greenhouse gas emissions in a peanut cropping system

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Preparation of Metal Modified onto Biochar from Hazardous Waste for Arsenic Removal

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Source: Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Volume 21, Number 6, June 2021, pp. 3227-3236(10)

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Made of Air, a maker of 'carbon negative' thermoplastics, locks in $5.8M | TechCrunch

4 October, 2021
 

Berlin-based climate tech startup Made of Air has closed a €5 million (~$5.8 million) seed funding round, led by Norwegian sustainability-focused family fund, TD Veen.

Also participating are Patrick Pichette (former CFO of Google and chairman of the board of Twitter), EQT Group, Thomas Von Koch (CEO & co-founder of EQT Group), Tuesday Capital, the co-founders of Pexip and Olympic gold medalist skier, Aksel Lund Svindal.

As the name (kind of) implies, Made of Air (MoA) is producing durable materials for a variety of use cases that make use of (pyrolyzed) wood waste in order to lock up carbon for long periods in the resulting hardened carbon-negative thermoplastic compound. (Which is literally made from biochar and bioplastics).

MoA is intending this carbon sequestration product to offer an alternative to fossil-based thermoplastics for use cases where the material has a long life, and it has some early experimental partnerships with car maker Audi (producing façade panels for an installation on its marquee dealership) and with the fashion chain H&M (creating biomass-based sunglasses, among other experimental projects).

It also has a partnership with an unnamed U.S.-based furniture maker.

“Our feedstock is a biomass waste stream from forestry. So the waste stream that we’re looking at is from sawdust and small chip sizes from the forestry industry and what’s happening is in the cut of the trees for timber products — usually for construction — you have a lot of products going down stream from that process and we are at the very end of that process,” explains founder and CEO Allison Dring.

“This is waste that otherwise is going to be landfilled or gasified or burned, and in all three of those cases you have the loss of the CO2 storage in the material.”

“In the pyrolysis step — so in the process of making it into biochar — we’re actually taking the CO2 that’s in the material and we’re converting it into pretty close to an elemental carbon. So in that stuff you actually lock into a material. It doesn’t retain in a gas form — which is a lot of indirect air capture, I think you hear about that — you have a gas sometimes then you have an issue about what to do with the gas — here we’re locked into elemental carbon which doesn’t go back to CO2.”

The 2016-founded materials startup has shipped over 10 tons of materials to date to more than four different customers.

“These are more strategic partners looking to decarbonize their supply chain with our carbon-negative materials,” says Dring. “Industries with the highest emission reduction needs are the built environment, automotive/mobility and consumer goods.”

While there can be environmental and other concerns attached to the biomass industry — such as if trees that wouldn’t otherwise be cut down are chopped down just to burn for energy or crops which could be used for food are instead burnt for fuel — Dring says they are not using biomass from non-forestry trees that could otherwise not be cut down and could be left to continue capturing carbon as they grow.

She also notes that the material they produce can be created from other types of biomass.

“What we’re looking at is that waste stream right now. Obviously we can do this with other biomass waste streams. We’re looking at how we can regionalize it,” she tells TechCrunch. “So it’s not about relying on one type — we can do this process with any plant material that has photosynthesized. What we don’t want to do is interrupt or cause any fluctuation in the food supply, so we don’t want to — by our demand for our product — create a monocrop on the other side for agriculture.

“So we are looking at non-food supplies or some kind of feedstock that comes from food waste that’s plentiful. So we look at the bush around coffee beans, for example — the woody, biomass waste from that is one potential waste stream. Or it could be like rice hulls or it could be the tomato stems. These kind of very good, high carbon content waste streams that we can hybridize so that we don’t cause a run on tomatoes for example.”

“We essentially try to look at it as there’s a natural process in the CO2 going back into the air as the biomass starts to decompose and what we’re doing is interrupting that cycle — to save the CO2 from going back in the air,” she adds. “And we can do that with these waste streams especially from wood really because the wood industry is an industry and the idea that carbon is stored in wood, and these products can be useful for example in building applications where you have a lifetime of sometimes 30, 50 years — we see that’s an industry that deserves to grow.”

Making use of more timber in construction is one potential way to replace high CO2 materials like steel, she suggests.

“So this is an industry that we’re okay with taking up the waste — and as we scale up our model we think about what happens if the wood industry scales up and this is actually a good thing in terms of carbon storage.”

Dring says MoA is aiming for its biomass-based thermoplastic to have the “typical fire resistant properties” expected from paneling materials in the building environment (both interior and exterior).

“This applies to mechanical properties as well,” she also notes. “In the built environment, we also look to replace other non-structural materials in addition to thermoplastics. In general, our materials target equal or superior performance to their fossil thermoplastic counterparts depending on use cases and aim to be drop-in ready for existing forming processes.”

The startup is not aiming for the biomass-derived material to be used in fast moving consumer goods or single use consumer products (like water bottles, coffee cup lids etc.); rather the material is designed for “durability” and intended as a replacement for “high emissions thermoplastics”.

So the types of potential products it could be used for are things like furniture, interior/exterior panelling, car dashboards and “closed-loop products” used by businesses within their own supply chains, for example.

“Our goal is carbon removal rather than just reduced emissions”, says Dring. “The compounds that we’re making are not biodegradable so these are durable thermoplastics that we’re making.

“The way that we’re seeing it is they’re a method for storing carbon in products but what we want are products with very long lifetimes — as long as we can… It’s about 50% of the plastic market is here and if you have biodegradables on one side, handling disposable products, there’s a lot of tech going on there; it’s very interesting. On the durable side manufacturers don’t have a lot of alternatives that are sustainable so this is the area that we’re looking at.”

“In our business model we are buying the feedstock and we’re just setting the precedent for how biomass streams are treated. We’re anticipating that a lot of our resources are moving from below ground to above ground and there is going to be an inherent value in these biomass streams and we’re just starting with what’s there,” she adds.

The cost to MoA’s customers of buying the material varies per use-case, according to Dring.

“We are differentiating according to product application,” she says, noting that the startup is only now heading into its first pilot production line (“so our prices are still a bit higher than where they will be when we’re at scale”).

“Right now, just to give you a range in terms of thermoplastics, we’re between a fossil-plastic and a bioplastic in price. And obviously in scale we’re heading towards the fossil plastic to be competitive there.”

The end of life scenario for MoA’s material is also potentially a novel one. So where fossil-based thermoplastics can cause lasting environmental pollution, as they do not biodegrade and the economics around recycling can be challenging, Dring says its biomass-based material could be ground down and returned to the earth at the end of life.

Although of course it’s industry practice and consumer habit, not what’s theoretically possible, that will dictate what really happens to its pyrolyzed wood waste at the end of a product’s lifespan.

Dring says the startup’s product “is an entirely circular material”.

It’s a thermoplastic so basically at the end of life the products can be collected, they be ground down and reformed — so it really behaves like other plastics in that way. What’s special about our material versus those plastics is what we have is a pathway to the ground at the true end of life.

“So these products, after use cycles, can be ground down and actually put back in the ground and this is very significant for us, it’s significant for our partners — because what that essentially means is we’ve taken the carbon out of the ground 150 years ago we’ve pumped it up into the air, we’ve captured it through biomass, we’ve put it to work in a product and essentially we’re returning it to the ground. So this is the end of the carbon loop… and we think there aren’t many technologies that can do that permanently — and this is one of them.”

“When you have products with these lifetimes — 10 to 50 years — we have more of a chance to actually put the carbon to work,” she adds. “So we can take it out of the air and we can actually embed it in those products and then we have, yes, questions about what happens at the end of life but we have more time to work that out and we will have averted, for many years, more harmful products.”

Of course true circularity is still “a long way off” — and will require a whole village, not just a single startup with a novel material.

“We still have a lot of work to do with industry, to figure out how take-back works, and how we can collect waste at the end of a lifetime of a product and how we can safely do this thing — putting it back in the ground — but the potential is there, the pathway is there… There are lots of challenges — the biggest thing is we’re one company and the parallel I like to use is that you don’t want one company cleaning the plastics out of the ocean. You really need a joined up effort. And that’s very much how we see it,” says Dring.

“We have a technology that’s capable of doing this — but we need support from partners, we need policy, we need waste collection, we also need consumer behavior — all of these things to join together to start to reformulate how we think about the end of a product’s life. And I think we’re kind of getting there with circularity [and the circular economy] and I think that’s an amazing step in thinking — and a lot in waste collection is changing because of that.

“What we’re asking is the next version beyond that — how do we de-cycle materials out of our system that can very rightly go in the ground? I can’t name how many challenges there are in there but I think there’s real momentum to do it.”

Commenting on the seed funding round in a statement, Kjell Skappel, CEO of TD Veen, said: “We are really impressed by what Allison, Daniel and the rest of the Made of Air team has accomplished to date and are proud to have led the round. We are convinced that the demand for carbon negative materials will grow substantially in the foreseeable future as industries look to lower their carbon footprint and future proof their supply chains.”

In another supporting statement, Pichette added: “With my personal experience in the forestry industry, it is clear that Made of Air’s potential for impact at scale is immense given the volume of feedstock materials available.”

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When you open the retort and the char is still very hot, the incoming air can easily ignite the char – so it is important to pour the inoculation liquid right away over the hot char. To do this is, lay down the pyrolysis unit on the back – like in illustration 1, open the lid and pour the liquid over the char.

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Keep adding biochar to coop until it is time to clean out. Then pile up biochar and let cure. 4.) Pee on it. Seriously. This works. You can use a 5 gallon bucket with a few holes in the bottom. 5.) 4 parts biochar, 1 part micronized rock powder, 1 part worm castings, 1/2 part flour or molasses (microbe food). Mix together thoroughly and evenly. Effect of ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) roots inoculation using different arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) species on sorption of iron-cyanide (Fe-CN) complexes Author(s) Sut-Lohmann, Magdalena, Boldt-Burisch, Katja, Raab, Thomas Type conference publication Year of publication 2016 Publisher name Katlenburg-Lindau : European Geophysical … Vital Landscaping is a provider of 100% NOP (National Organic Plan) Approved or OMRI Listed Organic Agriculture Supplies. We offer Potting Soil blends, Amendments like Compost & Humus, as well as Natural Fertilizers including Bat and Seabird Guano.

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Biochar improves your soil and helps plants grow better. It's easy to use as long as you understand Biochar is a soil amendment that I have wanted to try in my gardens, but figuring out how to make it…"Biochar Used in Combination with Organic Fertilization for Potted Plants: its Effect on Growth and Pythium Colonization.", Canadian Organic Science Conference and Organic Science Cluster Strategic Meetings, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, February 21-23, 2012.

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Biochar treatment showed significant (P < 0.05) enhancement in plant biomass yield as compared to overburden treatments without biochar, the enhancement in the yield of bacopa grown in biochar treatment was 32%. PLants grown it the overburden treatment without biochar (T3 and T6) had lower chlorophyll content as compared to (T1).


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Biochar Market Size, Share Industry Trend Report 2021 – Weekly Wall

4 October, 2021
 

Complete study of the global Biochar market is carried out by the analysts in this report, taking into consideration key factors like drivers, challenges, recent trends, opportunities, advancements, and competitive landscape. This report offers a clear understanding of the present as well as future scenario of the global Biochar industry. Research techniques like PESTLE and Porter’s Five Forces analysis have been deployed by the researchers. They have also provided accurate data on Biochar production, capacity, price, cost, margin, and revenue to help the players gain a clear understanding into the overall existing and future market situation.

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 The report has classified the global Biochar industry into segments including product type and application. Every segment is evaluated based on growth rate and share. Besides, the analysts have studied the potential regions that may prove rewarding for the Biochar manufcaturers in the coming years. The regional analysis includes reliable predictions on value and volume, thereby helping market players to gain deep insights into the overall Biochar industry.

Global Biochar Market Segment By Type:

Wood-based Biochar, Corn Straw Biochar, Rice Straw Biochar, Wheat Straw Biochar, Other Straw Biochar

Global Biochar Market Segment By Application:

 Soil Conditioner, Fertilizer, Others

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 It is important for every market participant to be familiar with the competitive scenario in the global Biochar industry. In order to fulfil the requirements, the industry analysts have evaluated the strategic activities of the competitors to help the key players strengthen their foothold in the market and increase their competitiveness.

Key companies operating in the global Biochar market include _, Teamviewer, Splashtop, Google, Logmein, Microsoft, Tencent, Sunlogin, GotoHTTP, Connectwise, AnyDesk

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Biochar Market: Key Drivers, Trends, Regional Demand with Top Countries Data – Today Newspaper

4 October, 2021
 

“For the global Biochar market players to understand their potential in the market they need to understand the market factors including social, economic, technological, logistical, political, trade, and other development trends that influence the market. It is crucial to interpret how these variables impact different countries and regions operating in the market. This Biochar industry report discusses global scenarios of the industry giving understanding of the next decades of the global Biochar market. It gives production and price forecasts through 2020.

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Issues, demographic information, and market specific data is taken into consideration. The report primarily has considered the market dynamics such as market size, growth rate in the past five years, CAGR, total production, future forecasts, listed the trends, and subsequently mentioned the factors with highest unpredictability. Technological advances, supply side and demand side dynamics, prices, and business models are some top topics prioritized in the report for further study. This allows the market players to map the changes within their respective segments in the market over a distant future. Furthermore, it allows the market players for long-term returns and long-term planning. In addition, the information, trends, and uncertainties delineated in the report can be used by the market players to design well-informed strategies, generate new ideas of marketing, mitigate risks, and give more clarity for decision making.

The report discusses various market scenarios which are projections prepared on the data gathered from various primary and secondary sources. The report also presents an analysis of the future of the global Biochar market and highly useful statistical graphs showing growth graphs and more. The report has information of over 100 companies, key technologies, countries, and regions related to the global Biochar industry. It covers all the key topics relating to Biochar industry, profiles countries that are major producers and consumers of the Biochar industry, and examines relevant issues.

Finally, the report discusses and analyzes the global Biochar market focusing on strategic, financial, and business aspects in the industry giving good overview of the entire Biochar industry. It takes efforts to address the wide range of topics organized around the global Biochar market value chain starting with market size and ending with the most in-demand products and services in the industry.

Leading players of Biochar Market including:

Biokol, Biomass Controls, LLC, Carbon Industries Pvt Ltd., Charcoal House, Anaerob Systems, Algae AquaCulture Technologies, CECEP Golden Mountain Agricultural Science And Technology, EarthSpring Biochar/Biochar Central, Energy Management Concept, 3R Environmental Technology Group and Renargi

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• The report helps the market players to identify internal and external factors affecting the regions and analyze the favorable and unfavorable factors that may be implemented to achieve the business goals.

Biochar market Segmentation by Type:

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Biochar market Segmentation by Application:

by Application (Agriculture and Others)

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A Bridge from Fossil Fuel to Renewable Energy, Healthy Soil, and a Better Climate – Future Harvest

4 October, 2021
 

A two day intensive course on the production and use of bio-char for fuel and soil amending. From simple backyard production to high-tech machinery.

Instructors Dale Hendricks, Gary Gilmore, and Mark Cohen will demonstrate machinery, including the BioGen electricity generator, small engine machinery running solely on biochar, and the production and concepts of soil amendments and carbon sequestration.

Registration Includes Light Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday, Lunch on Saturday, and Catered dinner Saturday night.

Interactive Discussion & Demonstrations to include:

$75 Per Person – Register at vabf.org – VABF member event. Become a member today and get discounts on all VABF events as well as enjoy our member benefits and become a part of our network of farmers and gardeners. PRICING UPDATE! Due to approval of grant funding for this event, as well as a generous sponsor, US Biochar Initiative, https://biochar-us.org/ , we have lowered the price of this workshop to $75. We also have partial scholarships available for 10 people to receive $50 off the registration fee. Apply Here!

Camping Available: We rented our friend Ned’s beautiful hipcamp campground for this event. Both wooded and meadow spaces available. Camping is 7.5 miles from the Catawba Sustainability Center and only a 10 minute drive. There are a couple port-a-johns and there will be a fire going. You can add on camping to your registration for only $15 a night, per tent. Campers may choose to camp Friday, October 22 and/or Saturday, October 23. 

Hotel Rooms: Hotels are located 13 minutes drive from the Catawba Farm. Room block dates and pricing are listed on the event page. 

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Lottie Hawkins – “What’s the point of money on a dead planet?” – Evolve to Succeed

4 October, 2021
 

Lottie Hawkins, founder of Earthly Biochar, talks about her biochar mission, sustainability and the impact today’s young entrepreneurs will have on the future of both business and the planet.

Show Notes:

(2:49) What is biochar?

(5:42) What led to your interest in biochar?

(7:17) What is Earthly Biochar’s core business?

(8:15) How do you use biochar in different environments?

(9:21) The challenges of running Earthly Biochar

(11:14) What is carbon capture?

(13:35) Were you always destined to start your own business?

(15:11) On the new generation of entrepreneurs

(17:00) Conflict over business principles

(19:33) How has your entrepreneurial journey affected your life?

(23:13) Are you worried about being squeezed out of the market by big organisations?

(24:50) The challenges of attaining patents

(26:12) Developing Earthly Biochar into a larger entity while still maintaining founding principles

(28:14) What have you done to retain strong moral compass as Earthly Biochar grows?

(29:55) How do you create time to reflect?

(32:17) Where are we regarding sustainability in the UK?

(34:50) What simple things can people do to reduce their impact on the planet?

(37:38) What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?

(41:02) What hard thing are you not doing enough of?

(42:01) What is your definition of success?

Insightful conversations with founders, entrepreneurs and business leaders, exploring the link between personal and business success. Evolve is a UK-based business coaching and development company committed to guiding you towards meaningful success.

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Forget recycling, upcycling plastics may be the future – Create Digital

5 October, 2021
 

The researchers from RMIT University have pioneered a two-step technique that allows them to produce high-value products such as carbon nanotubes and clean liquid fuel from plastic waste.

First, they use high temperatures to destroy pathogens and microplastics in biosolids, and convert agricultural and organic waste into a carbon-rich form of charcoal called biochar. Then they use the product as a catalyst to upcycle used plastic.

Lead researcher Associate Professor Kalpit Shah said upcycling two significant waste streams through one circular economy approach could deliver significant financial and environmental benefits.

“Our method is clean, cost-effective and readily scaleable,” he said.

“It’s a smart solution for transforming both used plastic and organic waste — whether tonnes of biomass from a farm or food waste and garden clippings from household green bins.”

The biochar is used to eliminate toxic contaminants, such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), as the waste plastic is broken down into its components of gas and oil. Meanwhile, the carbon in the plastic is converted into carbon nanotubes (CNTs), which coat the biochar.

These hollow, cylindrical, lightweight structures have exceptional electronic and mechanical properties. They can then be used in various industries, or the nano-enhanced biochar can be used directly for environmental remediation and boosting agricultural soils.

RMIT’s upcycling technology is a sustainable alternative for the production of these CNTs — a market projected to reach $5.8 billion by 2027.

CNTs are particularly in demand in the aerospace and defence industries, where they are used for parts. However they have a broad range of applications, including hydrogen storage, composite materials, electronics, fuel cells and biomedical technologies.

Shah said that the study has only investigated one type of plastic, however the approach would be applicable to a range of materials.

“We focused on polypropylene as this is widely used in the packaging industry,” he said.

“While we need to do further research to test different plastics, as the quality of the fuel produced will vary, the method we’ve developed is generally suitable for upcycling any polymers — the base ingredients for all plastic.” 

The research comes as Australia moves towards a ban on exporting unprocessed recyclables from 1 July 2022.

A 2017-8 study found only about 10 per cent of plastics are being recycled, with a national target of 70 per cent by 2025.

Shah said that the technology could be used by local governments to turn waste into revenue streams.

“With Australia banning export of waste plastic from next year, it’s vital that we explore sustainable and cost-efficient alternatives beyond recycling,” he said.

“Upcycling plastic with home-grown tech would enable us to draw the greatest possible value out of our limited resources and bring us closer towards a true circular economy.”

Shah and his RMIT research group had a similar breakthrough earlier this year, transforming water industry biosolids headed for landfill into reusable products for farmers.

The unique pyrolysis technology (PYROCO) uses high temperatures to destroy pathogens and microplastics in biosolids, creating a similarly high-value biochar to that used in plastic upcycling.

“Developing new ways to squeeze the full value from waste resources is critical in our transition to a circular economy, so we are thrilled this Australian-first technology has reached full trial stage,” Shah said. 

PYROCO is currently undergoing a “scaled-up” trial at a water recycling plant over a sustained period of time.

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Table 1 | Preparation of Mesoporous Biochar from Cornstalk for the Chromium (VI … – Hindawi

5 October, 2021
 

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By 2031, the Biochar Market will surpass the US$ 6.3 billion valuation of US dollars – List23

5 October, 2021
 

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Oversistance in reducing environmental pollution and adoption of new technologies for the conversion of organic wastes to biochar are expected to provide significant growth opportunities in the global biocar market during the forecast period of 2021-2031.

The biochar’s role in improving soil health and increasing crop yield in a sustainable way is anticipated to be cited as proving incredibly effective growth engine. Furthermore, the increasing use of reactors across farms, particularly in agricultural countries such as India, to increase the rate of stubble conversion into biomass will provide enormous growth opportunities for the biochar market players.

Biochar is an organic material produced from solid waste. It is obtained by heating of wood waste, animal manure, forest wastes, and agricultural waste. In the near future, biochar will be increasingly used in waste management, climate change mitigation, gardening, composting, horticulture, electricity generation, forestry, and agriculture. The incorporation of biochar to soil aids in increasing soil fertility, crop productivity, and water holding capacity. These advantages are projected to lead to lucrative employment prospects in the market.

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Transparency Market Research (TMR) has conducted a study on various aspects related to the growth of the biochar market. TMR experts predict that the global market for biochar will grow at a CAGR of 15.35% during the forecast period of 2021-2031. By 2031, the global biochar market is expected to reach US$ 6.3 billion.

Around the world, extensive research and development activities for the full utilization of biochar are being undertaken. The application of animal manure with biochar to control nutrient loss is a classic example. In addition, advanced biochar production methods such as continuous feed pyrolyzers are gaining in popularity. These developments assist in improving the biochar market’s growth trajectory.

Key Findings of the Report

Biochar is a major source of income for farmers who want to reduce soil degradation.

The degradation of soil is a significant environmental problem in various areas in the world. It is a concern primarily for agriculture-based economies. Soil degradation is a consequence of poor management or impropriet use for industrial, urban, or agricultural purposes. The addition of biochar to the soil may assist in eradicating the problem of soil degradation. Biochar provides a nice texture, opacity, and density to the soil. These factors help to increase the biochar market’s growth rate.

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As a result, Biochar’s Ability to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions is ensuring thriving market share.

Consistent burning of fossil fuels and biomass decomposition cause excessive release of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, causing global warming. Biochar may prove to be an effective method for reducing carbon dioxide emissions, as it has the potential to store 50% of carbon from feedstock. This aspect helps prevent carbon dioxide emission from organic decomposition.

Key Growth Drivers for the Biochar Market

  • Ability of biochar to minimize water loss by improving soil quality will result in a massive market expansion, resulting in exponential market growth.
  • Role of biochar in retaining nitrogen and phosphorous in the soil to increase global market share.
  • Biochar addition has shown to increase soil fertility and increase crop yield significantly, which provide excellent growth prospects.
  • Demand for electricity is increasing at a rapid rate, and the use of renewable sources of energy such as biochar to meet electricity demands is expected to provide market players with significant opportunities.
  • Utilization of biochar for controlling nutrient loss by blending it with animal waste will further enhance the market’s growth trajectory.

American BioChar Company, Black Owl Biochar, ETIA S.A.S., Bioforcetech Corporation, and Airex nergie Inc are some well-established players in the biochar market.

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Global Biochar Market Segmentation

  • By Feedstock By Animal Feeders By Organic Fees
  • Woody Wood is a Wooden character created by Wood.
  • Biomass is a renewable resource that can be used to make biomasses.
  • Agriculture Waste
  • Animal Manure is a mixture of animal waste and animal manure.
  • Others (including Biomass Plantation and Forestry Waste)

Technology is a method to understand how technology works.

  • Pyrolysis is a process that involves pyrolytic reactions.
  • Gasification (Gasification) (Evaporation)
  • Other methods (including Flash Carbonization)

By Application By Name

  • Electricity Generation based on electric power generation
  • Agriculture and Food Safety (Agriculture)
  • Forestry
  • Other (including Waste Management, Soil Amendment, Gardening, Climate Change Mitigation, Horticulture, and Composting)

By Region By Area By Rgion

  • North America is one of the most populous regions in the world.
  • Europe is a European Union whose members are based in Europe.
  • Asia-Pacific is a region of Asia that is home to 80% of the world’s population.
  • Latin America is one of the poorest regions in the world.
  • Middle East & Africa

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Oversistance in reducing environmental pollution and adoption of new technologies for the conversion of organic wastes to biochar are expected to provide significant growth opportunities in the global biocar market during the forecast period of 2021-2031.

The biochar’s role in improving soil health and increasing crop yield in a sustainable way is anticipated to be cited as proving incredibly effective growth engine. Furthermore, the increasing use of reactors across farms, particularly in agricultural countries such as India, to increase the rate of stubble conversion into biomass will provide enormous growth opportunities for the biochar market players.

Biochar is an organic material produced from solid waste. It is obtained by heating of wood waste, animal manure, forest wastes, and agricultural waste. In the near future, biochar will be increasingly used in waste management, climate change mitigation, gardening, composting, horticulture, electricity generation, forestry, and agriculture. The incorporation of biochar to soil aids in increasing soil fertility, crop productivity, and water holding capacity. These advantages are projected to lead to lucrative employment prospects in the market.

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Transparency Market Research (TMR) has conducted a study on various aspects related to the growth of the biochar market. TMR experts predict that the global market for biochar will grow at a CAGR of 15.35% during the forecast period of 2021-2031. By 2031, the global biochar market is expected to reach US$ 6.3 billion.

Around the world, extensive research and development activities for the full utilization of biochar are being undertaken. The application of animal manure with biochar to control nutrient loss is a classic example. In addition, advanced biochar production methods such as continuous feed pyrolyzers are gaining in popularity. These developments assist in improving the biochar market’s growth trajectory.

Key Findings of the Report

Biochar is a major source of income for farmers who want to reduce soil degradation.

The degradation of soil is a significant environmental problem in various areas in the world. It is a concern primarily for agriculture-based economies. Soil degradation is a consequence of poor management or impropriet use for industrial, urban, or agricultural purposes. The addition of biochar to the soil may assist in eradicating the problem of soil degradation. Biochar provides a nice texture, opacity, and density to the soil. These factors help to increase the biochar market’s growth rate.

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As a result, Biochar’s Ability to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions is ensuring thriving market share.

Consistent burning of fossil fuels and biomass decomposition cause excessive release of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, causing global warming. Biochar may prove to be an effective method for reducing carbon dioxide emissions, as it has the potential to store 50% of carbon from feedstock. This aspect helps prevent carbon dioxide emission from organic decomposition.

Key Growth Drivers for the Biochar Market

American BioChar Company, Black Owl Biochar, ETIA S.A.S., Bioforcetech Corporation, and Airex nergie Inc are some well-established players in the biochar market.

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Global Biochar Market Segmentation

Technology is a method to understand how technology works.

By Application By Name

By Region By Area By Rgion

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Effects of biochar, compost, and biochar-compost on soil total nitrogen and available … – ScienceGate

5 October, 2021
 

AbstractEcological stoichiometric should be incorporated into management and nutrient impacted ecosystems dynamic to understand the status of ecosystems and ecological interaction. The present study focused on ecological stoichiometric characteristics of different macrophyte plants soil, leave, stem and root after the removal of seine fishing since 2000 from Shengjin Lake. For C, N and P analysis from leaves, stems, roots and soil to explore their stoichiometric ratio and deriving environmental forces here four dominant plant communities (Zizania caduciflora, Vallisineria natans, Trapa quadrispinosa and Carex schmidtii) were collected. C, N, P and C: N: P ratio in leafs, stems, roots and soil among the plant communities vary and the studied plant communities had significant effect on the measured variables. There was high C: N in C.schmidtii soil (7.08±1.504) but not vary significantly (P >0.05), and N: P ratio measured high in V. natans (13.7±4.05) and C: P in T.quadrispinosa soil (81.14±43.88) and showed significant variation (P<0.05) respectively. High leaf C: N and N: P ratio was measured in C. schmidtii and V. natans respectively. Nevertheless, high leaf C: P ratio was measured in Z.caduciflora. From the three studied organs leafs C: N, N: P ratio showed high values compared to root and stems. The correlation analysis result showed that, at 0-10cm depth ranges SOC correlated negatively with stem total phosphorus (STP), and RTN (P<0.05) but positively strongly with LTP and LTN (P<0.01) respectively. Soil total nitrogen at 0-10cm strongly positively correlated with LTP (P<0.01) and positively with RN: P and LTC (P<0.05). Soil basic properties such as SMC.BD and pH positively correlated with soil ecological stoichiometric characteristics. Redundancy analysis (RDA) result showed pH and available phosphorus were the potential determinant of soil stoichiometry.

Soil-landscape models of three landscapes representative of the Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea, have been developed and validated in a study area east of Kainantu. Soils were classified according to Soil Taxonomy. Validation of a model in a strongly dissected landscape predicted soils 88% correctly at Order level, 94% at Suborder and 88% at Great Group and Subgroup level. Soils in weakly dissected landscapes were predicted 96% correctly at Order level, 92% at Suborder and Great Group level, and 88% at Subgroup level. Soils on a simple alluvial terrace system were predicted 100% correctly at Order and Suborder level and 89% correctly at Great Group and Subgroup level. Soils of the strongly dissected landscape are formed from an irregular cover of weathered tephra overlying weathered schist. They are mostly well drained Hapludolls or Argiudolls on steep slopes with Troporthents on slipped slopes. Soils of the weakly dissected landscape are formed from thick weathered tephra. Broad ridges and sideslopes are dominated by Argiaquolls, Argiudolls, Hapludalfs, Hapludolls and Humitropepts with dense concretionary layers of iron and manganese. Soils of the terrace landscape are formed from alluvium and vary from Fluvaquents and Endoaquolls to Hapludolls. General nutrient trends of the soils of the strongly and weakly dissected landscapes show low levels of exchangeable cations, plant available phosphorus and zinc. Profile readily available water is low and clay mineralogy is dominated by kaolinite. Volcanic glass occurs in upper horizons of stable sites. Alluvial soils of the terrace landscape have higher nutrient values, particularly exchangeable magnesium.

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5 October, 2021
 

The term, living soil, may be a little misleading in that the soil per se isn’t alive, but rather contains a community of living microbes. Which is why some may refer to living soil as true living organics, no-till or super soil. Never the less, the microbes in living soil work in harmony with the roots of plants to feed each other. Microbes break down organic matter the roots can feed on, in exchange for carbons and sugars the microbes consume. As a result, living soil needs very little human input compared to other agricultural methods. And of course, less human input means less human error.

Locoal® living soil utilizes premium, 100% hardwood, organic biochar(Locoal® Organic Biochar) as the backbone to this super soil mixture. The high porosity of Locoal® Organic Biochar not only is key in water management, but also provides a habitat for microbes to flourish. The stability of biochar means these microbes have a place to call home, providing nutrients for hundreds or even thousands of years to come. And of course, Locoal® Living Soil includes all the benefits of Locoal® Organic Biochar as well.

Locoal® Living soil requires less human input which means less human error, resulting in less problems to solve.

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Assessment of the Biochar Market, 2021-2025: Biokol, Biomass Controls, LLC, Carbon …

5 October, 2021
 

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Application of Fe-impregnated Biochar from Cattle Manure for Removing Pentavalent … – MDPI

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Application of cobalt monoatomic material based on coffee biochar – iNEWS

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Figure 4 | Preparation of Mesoporous Biochar from Cornstalk for the Chromium (VI … – Hindawi

5 October, 2021
 

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Biochar Market to Surpass Valuation of US$ 6.3 Bn By 2031 – Daily Advent

5 October, 2021
 

ALBANY, N.Y., Oct. 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Excessive demand for reducing environmental pollution and high adoption of latest technologies for the conversion of organic wastes to biochar are anticipated to offer considerable growth opportunities in the global biochar market during the forecast period of 2021-2031. The role of biochar in enhancing…

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Top Trends Shaping the Global Biochar Industry in 2021 | Biokol, Biomass Controls, LLC …

5 October, 2021
 

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1.2 Research Objectives
1.3 Years Considered
1.4 Market Research Methodology
1.5 Economic Indicators
1.6 Currency Considered
2 Executive Summary
3 Global Biochar by Players
4 Biochar by Regions
4.1 Biochar Market Size by Regions
4.2 Americas Biochar Market Size Growth
4.3 APAC Biochar Market Size Growth
4.4 Europe Biochar Market Size Growth
4.5 Middle East & Africa Biochar Market Size Growth
5 Americas
6 APAC
7 Europe
8 Middle East & Africa
9 Market Drivers, Challenges and Trends
9.1 Market Drivers and Impact
9.1.1 Growing Demand from Key Regions
9.1.2 Growing Demand from Key Applications and Potential Industries
9.2 Market Challenges and Impact
9.3 Market Trends
10 Global Biochar Market Forecast
11 Key Players Analysis
12 Research Findings and Conclusion

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Biochar Market to Surpass Valuation of US$ 6.3 Bn By 2031 – PR Newswire

5 October, 2021
 

ALBANY, N.Y., Oct. 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Excessive demand for reducing environmental pollution and high adoption of latest technologies for the conversion of organic wastes to biochar are anticipated to offer considerable growth opportunities in the global biochar market during the forecast period of 2021-2031.

The role of biochar in enhancing soil health and boosting crop yield in a sustainable way is anticipated to serve as a significant growth driver. Furthermore, the increasing use of reactors across farms, especially in agricultural countries such as India to increase the pace of stubble conversion into biomass will lead to tremendous growth opportunities for the biochar market players.

Biochar is a product derived from organic waste. It is obtained through controlled heating of wood waste, animal manure, forest waste, and agricultural waste. The use of biochar in waste management, climate change mitigation, gardening, composting, horticulture, electricity generation, forestry, and agriculture is expected to grow in the near future. The use of biochar with soil helps in boosting soil fertility, crop productivity, and water holding capacity. These advantages are projected to offer profitable opportunities in the market.

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Research and development activities for full utilization of biochar are being conducted extensively around the world. The mixing of animal manure with biochar for controlling nutrient loss is a classic example. In addition, advanced biochar production methods such as continuous feed pyrolyzers are gaining popularity. These developments help in improving the growth trajectory of the biochar market.

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Growing Need to Reduce Soil Degradation Propels Demand for Biochar

The degradation of soil is a major environmental issue in various regions. It is a cause of concern specifically for agriculture-based economies. Soil degradation is caused due to poor management or improper use for industrial, urban, or agricultural purposes. The addition of biochar to the soil can help in eliminating the problem of soil degradation. Biochar offers good texture, extensive porosity, and density to the soil. These factors help to increase the growth rate of the biochar market.

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Ability of Biochar to Decrease Carbon Dioxide Emissions Assures Promising Market Growth

Consistent burning of fossil fuels and biomass decomposition are leading to excessive release of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, thus contributing to global warming. Biochar can prove to be an effective tool for decreasing carbon dioxide emissions, as it has the potential to store 50% of carbon from feedstock. This aspect helps to prevent carbon dioxide emission from organic decomposition.

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6 October, 2021
 

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Progress in marine derived renewable functional materials and biochar for sustainable …

6 October, 2021
 

Global water scarcity is increasing day-by-day due to population explosion, urbanization and rapid industrialization. Inevitably, surface water is widely contaminated by various hazardous geogenic organic and inorganic contaminants, also from the untreated industry effluents and unscientific human activities. Other side, rapid worldwide increase in petroleum products consumption inspire researchers to develop renewable and sustainable materials for water purification application. Significantly, biomass derived materials are promising substitute for depleting resources. Specifically, marine based boiomaterials for instance, chitin/chitosan, seaweeds and seaweed based polysacharides (agarose, alginate, cellulose, carrageenan) are abundant, environmentally friendly, and renewable biomaterials that are considered an appropriate solution for environmental contamination. From past few decades various studies have been focused on marine based and seaweed polysaccharides based composites because of its renewability and sustainability for water purification. A number of reviews exist for biopolymer-based material applications in water purification; but to promote marine derived biomaterials for water purification, a critical review between conventional materials and emerging approaches using seaweed derived materials is needed. Hence, the present review study is the first of its kind, shedding light on the selection of diverse marine-derived biomaterials, as well as their important physical and chemical properties, in order to design functional materials for water purification applications. Further, the present review critically assess the high performance marine derived functional materials exploited for existing state-of-art water purification technologies. Marine derived materials with unique properties such as inbuilt functionality, high mechanical strength, prominent surface area and their prominence in developing high performance sustainable material for water purifications are reviewed. Furthermore, the review also discusses the various methodologies developed for the preparation of multifunctional carbonaceous materials using marine derived biomaterials. Such biochar compete with commercial activated carbon and graphene attributed owing to their unique properties. Also, the challenges in implementing the developed functional biomaterials in state-of-art water purification technologies and future prospect are discussed.

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Lottie Hawkins – "What's the point of money on a dead planet?" – Evolve Members

6 October, 2021
 

Show Notes:

(2:49) What is biochar?

(5:42) What led to your interest in biochar?

(7:17) What is Earthly Biochar’s core business?

(8:15) How do you use biochar in different environments?

(9:21) The challenges of running Earthly Biochar

(11:14) What is carbon capture?

(13:35) Were you always destined to start your own business?

(15:11) On the new generation of entrepreneurs

(17:00) Conflict over business principles

(19:33) How has your entrepreneurial journey affected your life?

(23:13) Are you worried about being squeezed out of the market by big organisations?

(24:50) The challenges of attaining patents

(26:12) Developing Earthly Biochar into a larger entity while still maintaining founding principles

(28:14) What have you done to retain strong moral compass as Earthly Biochar grows?

(29:55) How do you create time to reflect?

(32:17) Where are we regarding sustainability in the UK?

(34:50) What simple things can people do to reduce their impact on the planet?

(37:38) What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?

(41:02) What hard thing are you not doing enough of?

(42:01) What is your definition of success?

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Biochar as support in catalytic CO2 methanation: Enhancing effect of CeO2 addition – ScienceDirect

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ICRISAT Consultant – Biochar and Soil-Carbon Sequestration – UNjobnet

6 October, 2021
 

ICRISAT seeks application for the post of Consultant – Biochar and Soil-Carbon Sequestration with Knowledge and Capacity Development in the Global Research Program –Enabling Systems Transformation at ICRISAT. The position is based at ICRISAT, Patancheru, Hyderabad. The candidate will report to the Senior Scientist – Natural Resource Management.

ICRISAT is a non-profit, non-political organization that conducts agricultural research for development in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa with a wide array of partners throughout the world. ICRISAT and its partners help empower those living in the semi-arid tropics, especially smallholder farmers, to overcome poverty, hunger, malnutrition and a degraded environment through more efficient and profitable agriculture.

ICRISAT is headquartered in Patancheru near Hyderabad, India, with two regional hubs and five country offices in sub-Saharan Africa. ICRISAT, established in 1972, is a member of the CGIAR Consortium. For more details, see www.icrisat.org.

Soil organic carbon (Soil org C) sequestration is an opportunity for improving soil properties, associated productivity and ecosystem services. The MASCS (Managing Agricultural Soils as Carbon Sinks through adoption of negative emission strategies) project is aimed at developing and testing methodologies for quantifying SOC sequestration potential. This work is funded by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. We are working on APSIM biochar model to simulate the additions of soil C to cropping systems in Maharashtra and Odisha.

Objective:

The overall objective of the proposed work is to conduct a detailed and rigorous assessment of agricultural management practices, with focus on biochar, other materials and management practices for their potential to sequester C.

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General:

This is a Consultant position for One-year renewable based on the performance of the incumbent and the institute’s continuing need for the position.

How to apply:

Applicants should apply on or before 15 October 2021, with a response to the selection criteria, their latest resume and the names and contact information of three references that are knowledgeable about their professional qualifications and work experience. All applications will be acknowledged, however only short- listed candidates will be contacted.

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ICRISAT is an equal opportunity employer


Figure 8 | Preparation of Mesoporous Biochar from Cornstalk for the Chromium (VI … – Hindawi

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Global Biochar Market Research Report 2021-2025 | a2z Press Release

6 October, 2021
 

Biochar (charcoal) is the solid co-product of pyrolysis (the thermal degradation of biomass in the absence of oxygen) usually used as a soil amendment in agriculture. In the context of China-US trade war and COVID-19 epidemic, it will have a big influence on this market. Biochar Report by Material, Application, and Geography ? Global Forecast to 2025 is a professional and comprehensive research report on the world?s major regional market conditions, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific) and the main countries (United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea and China).

In this report, the global Biochar market is valued at USD 1.2 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 3.1 Billion by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 13.2% during the period 2021 to 2025.

 

The report firstly introduced the Biochar basics: definitions, classifications, applications and market overview; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures, raw materials and so on. Then it analyzed the world?s main region market conditions, including the product price, profit, capacity, production, supply, demand and market growth rate and forecast etc. In the end, the report introduced new project SWOT analysis, investment feasibility analysis, and investment return analysis.

The major players profiled in this report include:

The end users/applications and product categories analysis:

On the basis of product, this report displays the sales volume, revenue (Million USD), product price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into-

On the basis on the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, sales volume, market share and growth rate of Biochar for each application, including-

Table of content

Table of Contents
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Part I Biochar Industry Overview

Chapter One Biochar Industry Overview
1.1 Biochar Definition
1.2 Biochar Classification Analysis
1.2.1 Biochar Main Classification Analysis
1.2.2 Biochar Main Classification Share Analysis
1.3 Biochar Application Analysis
1.3.1 Biochar Main Application Analysis
1.3.2 Biochar Main Application Share Analysis
1.4 Biochar Industry Chain Structure Analysis
1.5 Biochar Industry Development Overview
1.5.1 Biochar Product History Development Overview
1.5.1 Biochar Product Market Development Overview
1.6 Biochar Global Market Comparison Analysis
1.6.1 Biochar Global Import Market Analysis
1.6.2 Biochar Global Export Market Analysis
1.6.3 Biochar Global Main Region Market Analysis
1.6.4 Biochar Global Market Comparison Analysis
1.6.5 Biochar Global Market Development Trend Analysis

Chapter Two Biochar Up and Down Stream Industry Analysis
2.1 Upstream Raw Materials Analysis
2.1.1 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost
2.1.2 Manufacturing Cost Structure of Biochar Analysis
2.2 Down Stream Market Analysis
2.2.1 Down Stream Market Analysis
2.2.2 Down Stream Demand Analysis
2.2.3 Down Stream Market Trend Analysis

Part II Asia Biochar Industry (The Report Company Including the Belo