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.
Blog articles from the Organic Farms category:
Biochar impact on crop yields.
We carried out a meta-analysis to explain short-term (1-year) field responses in crop yield across different climates, soils, biochars, and management practices worldwide.
Benefits of Biochar In Agriculture
The scientific merit of the benefits of biochar as a soil amendment has been tested for over a thousand years. Biochar is primarily produced using pyrolysis on biomass.
Wakefield Biochar Earns USDA Certified Biobased Product Label
Wakefield BioChar has earned the USDA Certified Biobased Product label. The product, Wakefield Biochar Soil Conditioner, is now able to display a unique USDA label that highlights its percentage of biobased content.
Cloud 9 Rooftop Farm Uses Biochar For A Healthy Soil Ecosystem
Cloud 9 Rooftop Farm takes advantage of biochar to support a healthy soil structure. Biochar has shown its ability to allow a healthy home for bacteria and other micro-organisms.