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VIDEO: How Biochar is made

FRANK'S CHAR is produced locally using vineyard prunings as feedstock in our Tasmanian built KON-TIKI-TAS Deep Cone Kiln. Liquid manure is used to create the optimal nutrient enriched Biochar ready to be applied as soil amendment and odourless fertiliser. The woody...

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A bit more about Frank Strie from Terra Preta Developments

Frank Strie, the name behind FRANK'S CHAR, recently presented at the 2017 Australia New Zealand Biochar Conference, held at Murwillumbah Showgrounds, in NSW on 10-12 August 2017.  Here is a little more info about Frank’s experience in the Biochar industry.   Frank...

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Australia New Zealand Biochar Conference 2017

The Australia New Zealand Biochar Conference was held at Murwillumbah Showgrounds, in New South Wales (in the heart of Sugarcane, Beef & Banana Country) on 10-12 August 2017. Terra Preta Developments, Producer of FRANK'S CHAR was one of the presenters of the...

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Biochar presentation at ANZBC Biochar Conference

“What is needed in this 21st century of ours, clearly, are solutions that deal with several of our major problems at once.” Tim Flannery 2007 Terra Preta were privileged to present at the ANZBC Biochar Conference in Murwillumbah.     If you missed the Biochar...

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Informative Biochar Workshop 20. July 2017

Tamar NRM organized a workshop which was held at Tresca Community Centre, Exeter on 20.July2017 - a perfect sunny winters day. Graeme Stevenson was the first presenter talking about how earthworms + dung beatles work in the soil, followed by Frank Strie who...

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Biochar can be produced from invasive plants

Latest Research confirmed the metholodogy "flood quenching with liquid manure" first ever thought of and used in Tasmania ever since Aug. 2014... To my great surprise over the weekend I just discovered this latest research findings from Nepal, see below. It is...

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