This book was first released in FEBRUARY 2019 and is a highly recommended information source for anyone interested in Climate Change and “Organic Waste to Value Solutions”. The first 100 books were printed in Australia especially for TERRA PRETA DEVELOPMENTS for the launch at AGFEST 2019 – one of the
If you are interested to learn more about leading international technologies which can turn “organic waste” into useful products = Biochar – Heat – Power then come and visit us at AGFEST SITE N96 North Street Terra-Preta Developments will represent:
Terra Preta stands for Black Earth (in Portuguese) as it was created for thousands of years by people in the Amazon of Brazil, and Terra-Preta Developments has been involved in developing opportunities around this wide ranging and multi-faceted topic since 2007. Terra-Preta Development located at site N96 North Street is
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 year Frank produces
Biochar Study Tour: Update 4: Excellent short Video about the Project in Norway on the excursion to Austria!
Carbo-Fertil project and IBI biochar study tour to Austria June 2018 Adam O’Toole Published on Nov 22, 2018 Produced by NIBIODirector Adam O’Toole, NIBIOFilm production Carsten Brønner Johnsen, Vacuum films Carbo-Fertil project www.nibio.no/carbo-fertil
2018 was the first year Terra Preta have attended the Deloraine Craft Fair, held from 2nd to the 5th of November 2018. Frank conducted demonstrations at the Showground Ring Garden Section over the 4 days, despite the bad weather. As feedstock Frank carted vineyard prunings and small branches from neighbouring
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 biochar is intended for direct use in soils as a
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 like this. And to produce good news,
Frank was interviewed on ABC radio interview this week on the Tasmanian Country Hour, about the opportunities for Tasmania following the IBI excursion to Kaindorf Austria You can listen to the interview at the TAS Country Hour website NOTE: The interview starts @ 19:48 min, after the “Canola for Jet fuel”.
Adam O’Toole in Kaindorf Austria: Carbo Fertil Project: Biochar’s Potential to Help Meet Norway’s GHG Reduction Goals One more of a series of great value presentations during the IBI2018 Excursion to Kaindorf, Austria in June. This was the presentation after Dominik Dunst’s CharLine Feedchar introduction and discussion. Carbo Fertil Project
As part of the International Biochar Initiative’s IBI2018 excursion, we visited the Ökoregion Kaindorf in Austria with a great group of people from 15 countries. There is a unique opportunity to create a formal partnership and information exchange with the Ecoregion Kaindorf and benefitting from their existing and expanding network with other bioregions.So far I