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Biochar - a natural wonder for land remediation

Despite its original use some 2,000 years ago deep in the Amazonian rainforest, it is only relatively recently that scientists have begun to realise...
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An introduction to Wood Vinegar

Wood vinegar is a great choice for those wanting a 100% natural fertiliser for garden and plant growth. It is a plant bio-stimulant, helping to...
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The benefits and applications of Biochar as a soil additive

Biochar is a highly porous and a high-surface area charcoal substance that differs from other charcoals intended for soil use and is shown to provide...
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Why is biochar so effective in promoting plant growth?

In the past ten years or so everyone from industrial farmers to your average gardening-enthusiast would have heard the term “biochar” at least once....
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Biochar versus other forms of carbon

Carbon is one of the most commonly found elements in nature, and is essential to life. Carbon can come in a whole range of different forms, including...
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5 Facts about Biochar that you didn’t know

Being a relatively new product on the market, it is likely you’ve never heard of biochar before. This charcoal substance can be used for a range of...
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How Green Man Char is different from other Biochar

Believe it or not, all biochar is not created equal! Differences are present in all biochar due to the different conditions they were made, the...
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4 Factors Green Man Char swear by when producing biochar

The process used to create biochar will determine the properties of the final product. This means it is important to pay attention to the process you...
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Pyrolysis and Biochar explained in simple terms

For someone new to biochar, some of the terms used can be confusing. Understanding what biochar and pyrolysis mean can give you a better...
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Are karrikins one of the magic ingredients in biochar and wood vinegar?

New research is highlighting the role that karrikins play in seed germination and plant growth after fire.
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