Mike Barton on N-capping

The following link has a 40min presentation from Mike Barton that is recommended viewing if you are interested in how nutrient capping may affect future agriculture activities in NZ. http://beeflambnz.com/news-events/News/2013/july/farming-with-nutrient-limits/ An important biochar related take from this presentation is how … Continue reading

Biochar as feed supplement

Opinion: Where is agriculture’s place in a low-carbon economy? One important focus area for biochar in NZ is water quality butting up against intensive dairy. Maybe this could be addressed in the future with more research on riparian margin biochar … Continue reading

2014 Biochar Companies & Organizations

I’m not sure that this link will work for you all… it is an extensive listing of biochar companies on the Biochar Farms & Gardens Linkedin group. You may need to be in the group to access. http://www.linkedin.com/groupAnswers?viewQuestionAndAnswers=&discussionID=5835826066865819651&gid=2572380&trk=eml-anet_dig-b_nd-pst_ttle-cn&fromEmail=&ut=3TsEk223-TVC41 2014 Biochar … Continue reading

Climate change, geoengineering, biochar – the NZ link

Biochar is a veritable Swiss army knife for some of the planets problems. There are many tools being unfolded for agriculture enhancement and environmental repair. Energy tools abound, due to the diverse range of biochar production methods, and their residual … Continue reading