How To Make Biochar For Your Garden… – Eco Snippets

How To Make Biochar For Your Garden…

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How To Make Biochar For Your Garden...

Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment. Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon, and can endure in soil for thousands of years. Watch the whole day of the Biochar Workshop led by Bob Wells, soil scientist Jon Nilsson and Patryk Battle.

Learn how to make biochar and its many beneficial uses including greatly enhancing soil life and fertility. Discover innovative ways to maximize its uses for dynamically carbon negative farming and gardening. The workshop is divided into 5 parts below…

Part 1: How To Make Biochar…

Part 2: Why Make Biochar…

Part 3: The Carbon Cycle…

Part 4: The Biochar Facility…

Part 5: Biochar & The Greenhouse…

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