NEWS & EVENTS
DIARIES & DISCUSSION
The first video is a great description of how and why biochar works as a soil enhancer. Also, there are some great tips on the best ways to use biochar.
The second video is actually just for fun. It was produced by a number of artists who are working with this United Nations project to promote improved organic agricultural method, biochar being one of these methods.
Your Soil Geek Friend,
Read more about these links below.
Focus on Sustainable Soils - Biochar for Sustainable Soils
Biochar for Sustainable Soils
An artist, a farmer and a scientist walk into a bar - Biochar for Sustainable Soils
Why Roots — Not Iron — are Key to a More Prosperous No-Till Future
We started no-tilling in 1983 and are still on that path today. For years, we’ve incorporated cover crops and now we’re using multi-species cover crops to protect the soil.
WEBINAR: Soil Biology Builds Resilience and Enhances Soil Quality - YouTube
Dung beetles, poo and charcoal help this farmer tackle effects of climate change
An innovative West Australian farmer uses charcoal and exotic dung beetles to boost soil fertility and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from his cattle.
Your Soil Geek friend,
Rob Lavoie, P. Eng., B. Sc. Chem. Eng.
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