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Biochar

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Infographic on creating organic compost

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Future Growing® LLC

Future Growing® LLC

PREMIUM ORGANIC BIOCHAR

Premium biochar

PREMIUM ORGANIC BIOCHAR

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non-gmo seed companies

Grow enough food to feed your family on one acre

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Grow enough food to feed your family on one acre

University of Minnesota's Kurt Spokas introduces biochar.

University of Minnesota's Kurt Spokas introduces biochar.

Biochar is a highly porous, high carbon form of charcoal used to improve soil nutrition, growing conditions and soil structure. It is made from any woody biomass that has been charred at a low temperature with a restricted supply of oxygen (pyrolysis). This helps to sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide for hundreds of years. Biochar has a microscopic honeycomb-like structure, providing the perfect habitat for beneficial soil microorganisms, such as mycorrhizal fungi and actinomycetes…

Biochar is a highly porous, high carbon form of charcoal used to improve soil nutrition, growing conditions and soil structure. It is made from any woody biomass that has been charred at a low temperature with a restricted supply of oxygen (pyrolysis). This helps to sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide for hundreds of years. Biochar has a microscopic honeycomb-like structure, providing the perfect habitat for beneficial soil microorganisms, such as mycorrhizal fungi and actinomycetes…

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