Biochar is a great tool for absorbing toxins, heavy metals, and bacteria. This is especially important when looking to filter stormwater, which, especially in urban environments, tends to carry these harmful substances from land to water sources or back to soil.
Building healthy soil for crops and livestock is the reason for farming organically. Used since ancient times, biochar is a key, natural way to build soil health. This soil amendment can help mitigate climate change via its carbon sequestration properties.
Would you like a lush lawn and a healthy garden? The key to either is nutrient-rich soil, and that’s where biochar comes in.
What’s the most environmentally-friendly way to enhance soil prior to landscaping? The answer is biochar. Biochar is a soil amendment, not a fertilizer. It increases soil moisture and possesses the ability to mitigate soil toxicity. It does so by absorbing pollutants as well as by allowing soils to break toxins down. In general, biochar consists […]
Biochar is being incorporated into existing soil with a pneumatic air tool to manage issues of compaction and overall soil health. This article examines the use of biochar to improve the health of soil for tree care.