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Bio Char Continuing Ed. Workshop Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Warren Frost
48:33
"Inocuposting" (inoculation of charcoal during thermophilic composting) is an absolutely critical step before you use it. I add 20% by volume.
Karina Hathorn
59:04
Burn: Using Fire to Cool the Earth book by: Albert Bates and Kathleen Draper
Karina Hathorn
59:58
The Biochar Revolution by: Dr. Paul Taylor
Warren Frost
01:00:23
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.
Karina Hathorn
01:15:29
blueskybiochar.com
Suzie Tiffany
01:16:36
I love your rock dust!
Lana Dion
01:18:52
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?
Gerrard Singh
01:21:22
Would like to know more about your power generation in the process of biochar production for scale production
Warren Frost
01:25:25
does water quenching not increase porosity?
Warren Frost
01:30:25
thank you for clarifying that.
cheryl cozad
01:33:50
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.
Lana Dion
01:33:51
This has been awesome and so helpful! Thank you so much! =D
Warren Frost
01:34:07
I read that root migration is only possible if the charcoal is very, very small. part of why we use fine dust.
Karina Hathorn
01:35:19
Next online workshop: May 5, 10:00am-11:30 am
Karina Hathorn
01:36:06
E-mail questions to:
Karina Hathorn
01:36:28
michael@blueskybiochar.com
Karina Hathorn
01:36:30
or
Karina Hathorn
01:36:35
karinah@ucanr.edu