New Biochar Journal article

Campfire Lessons: Breaking Down the Combustion Process to Understand Biochar Production By Mark R. Fuchs, M. Garcia-Perez, P. Small and G. Flora “Campfires were the first step in the evolution of slow pyrolysis reactors. Observing the play of the flames … Continue reading

New paper on biochar nutrient & pollution management

Biochar suppresses N2O emissions while maintaining N availability in a sandy loam soil Sean D.C. Casea, b, Niall P. McNamaraa, David S. Reayb, Andy W. Stotta, Helen K. Granta, Jeanette Whitakera, , a Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Lancaster Environment Centre, Library Avenue, Bailrigg, LA1 … Continue reading

Biochar Journal – new articles

Since my first post on the Biochar Journal, highlighting Kathleen Draper’s Biochar Paper article, there have been 3 new articles… all great reading, How Biochar Works in Soil by Kelpie Wilson Hypotheses of biochar’s role in the development of fertile … Continue reading

Biochar’s potential in horticulture – new study

New study out of Canada… https://www.soils.org/discover-soils/story/study-highlights-biochars-potential-horticulture “Read the full study: https://www.soils.org/publications/vzj/articles/0/0/vzj2014.06.0074. The paper will be open access for 30 days from the date of this news story.” … Continue reading

Auckland University biochar publication

I’ve just discovered this new publication which is listed here… http://www.publish.csiro.au/view/journals/dsp_journal_crossref_cites.cfm?nid=84&f=SR10004 Chapter 25 – Advances and Innovations in Biochar Production and Utilization for Improving Environmental Quality Charles Hyland Ajit K. Sarmah Abstract Biochar is a contextually defined charcoal specifically for application to … Continue reading