Bio Char Continuing Ed. Workshop Series - Shared screen with speaker view
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"Inocuposting" (inoculation of charcoal during thermophilic composting) is an absolutely critical step before you use it. I add 20% by volume.
Burn: Using Fire to Cool the Earth book by: Albert Bates and Kathleen Draper
The Biochar Revolution by: Dr. Paul Taylor
We use fine dust to 0.5mm granules as we are strictly no-till and rely on earthworms to bury it for us. Works beautifully! 5 - 7cm visible soil penetration per year. Easy to see as we began with white dune sand.
I love your rock dust!
So...if we tossed some char from a fire pit on top of the garden (since I don't know much about all this, haha), is that going to hurt anything? Or maybe just not really do anything helpful?
Would like to know more about your power generation in the process of biochar production for scale production
does water quenching not increase porosity?
thank you for clarifying that.
This is excellent. I'm so excited to learn more. My periodic compost additions isn't building nutrients in soil very well. This is hopeful.
This has been awesome and so helpful! Thank you so much! =D
I read that root migration is only possible if the charcoal is very, very small. part of why we use fine dust.
Next online workshop: May 5, 10:00am-11:30 am
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