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Specialized Agriculture


Customers  In the agriculture industry  report increase in yield of 100%  or more when 2% Biochar is used in the root zone of the plant

Studies confirm that BioChar-enriched soils grow larger and healthier plants with a larger crop, especially in inferior quality soils, due to weather damage, and floods. In fact, Biochar Now users report that their financial expenses for  Use of bio-char are paid during the first year  due to an increase in revenue from the increase yields as well as decrease in the inputs for water, fertilizer, and pesticides per hectare.

An increase in soil fertility is attributed to the unique properties of Biochar due to fitness  Adsorption and stability in comparison  For supplements  Other organic soil, BioChar is much more effective at preserving nutrients, and preserving them available to plants. Biochar maintains a porous structure, which attracts beneficial bacteria, retains nutrients, retains moisture - properties that increase fertilizer efficiency and increase crop yield, while reducing the need for irrigation. Biochar is much more stable in the soil environment than any organic material.

Support for sustainable agriculture

Studies show BioChar has many positive effects on the soil, including:


  • Increasing the water penetration capacity and water grip

  • Improving soil structure, tilt and stability

  • Increased cation exchange capacity (CEC)

  • Increased adsorption of ammonium, nitrogen, phosphate, and calcium ions

  • Increased storage of nutrients over regular organic matter

  • Improved buffering of soil pH and stability

  • Increased diversity of soil bio-organisms

  • Improved and denser root development

  • Reduction of  Fertilizer, especially nitrogen and phosphorus  

  • Reducing overall of fertilizer requirements

  • Reducing nitric oxide emissions by 50-80%

Biochar is a powerful material for improving the structure of the soil. BioChar can be a "significant reinforcement player" for increasing basic food security, a local supply chain, and a variety of crops in particular, in areas with poor soils quality, and limited resources in water. Increased soil fertility and agricultural yields as a result of the use of coal BioChar may also reduce the need for deforestation  For agricultural purposes.

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