My Biochar Gallery

This is a small section of photos. I hope to update the gallery soon.

fatboy_v2_010 Barry and Costa gasifier running gasifier ready for quenching Primary gasication flame ribbon cutting Torgoch Night run Running Unit with quench box

Nadav stripping down the hot water tank
Nadav stripping down the hot water tank
Ahmed working on the Shmendrik
Ahmed working on the Shmendrik

Dr-carola-holweg

One thought on “My Biochar Gallery”

  1. I am interested in what your experiences are with biochar in regards to changes in the tilth of the soil. I garden in Northern California where the local soils tend to heavy adobe clays. I’ve noticed that biochar amended soils are much more friable than native soil. While this sounds trivial what it means in practice is that heavy weeds such as acorn sprouts can be easily pulled rather than cut. It also means that water doesn’t puddle on the ground when I am watering and it goes into the root zone quickly instead of running off or evaporating. Of course, that’s just my local soil in my garden. What happens in your soil?

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