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wind
Oct 18, 2018

https://biochar-international.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Coffee_FINAL_Oct-2018.pdf
kathydawson8
Nov 29, 2017

This is the start of the whole carbon farming story which is only just beginning in Australia. It is known variously as Organic, Biological or Regenerative Farming (the preferred name). RF, under t
kathydawson8
Nov 29, 2017

Where livestock are run regularly there is regular supply of dung. Nature provides dung beetles to bury the dung underground. Provided no insecticides are applied to the animals or soil the DBs thr
kathydawson8
Nov 29, 2017

In the grainbelt livestock have to be returned to help restore the carbon cycle. Millions of tonnes of CO2 are released every year as stubble windrows are burnt to control weeds and entire paddocks
kathydawson8
Nov 29, 2017

Another new use for BC with resultant carbon sequestration is the incorporation of 4t of BC/ha under new plantings of avocado trees and replanting of fruit trees generally. Trials show tree growth