Black currant plant thriving in biochar

Check out the amazing root growth of this black currant plant growing in Biochar compost with roots holding on tied to the charcoal pieces. Let us explain the secret how this young plant could grow this bundle of vigorous roots outside and below the actual pot Every...
Coffee & Biochar White Paper Now Available

Coffee & Biochar White Paper Now Available

BIOCHAR BENEFITS FOR MORE SUSTAINABLE COFFEE Biochar, at its most basic, is carbonized organic material. It can be produced using a wide variety of low- to high-tech thermochemical conversion technologies, and from a wide variety of feedstocks. Although most often...

The IPCC starts to acknowledge biochar

From the Biochar Journal: The prospects of climate change are so increasingly dire that there are times when it may seem inappropriate to celebrate a promising scientific advance or any other good news. Good news, however, is exactly what humanity needs at moments...

AGFEST 2018: Interview with Frank

Check out the live stream from Agfest Frank, talking about the history of charcoal in nature, and how charcoal can be used as a sponge, a carrier mop, food additive and tool for many different applications. Frank explains the origin of the term biochar, explaining...