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Re: [Stoves] [biochar] Re: Char from coir Re: Biochar Inquiry There are large piles of husk in many places as they are far away from places to process. In many copra areas it is a common fuel as is. Where husk can be
Michael N Trevor
7:57 PM
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Woops, forgot a picture, my apologies for the double post Hi All, I started with some aluminum foil (keep air out) in the bottom of a rusted out Webber to make Biochar And kept adding wood as the previous layer
Jon
7:46 PM
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Re: [soil-age] Great biochar presentation Hi All, I started with some aluminum foil (keep air out) in the bottom of a rusted out Webber to make Biochar And kept adding wood as the previous layer
Jon
7:39 PM
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Re: [soil-age] Great biochar presentation Hi Kelpie, "I don't understand why you refuse to recognize planetary limits." I recognize closed systems have limits, I'm saying that biological restoration
Erich Knight
6:54 PM
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Size of biochar I new to yahoo groups and biochar so please bare with me. I have two questions. What is the optimum size range of biochar for soil amendments? As for the
mmay24@bellsouth.net
5:41 PM
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Re: [Stoves] Char from coir Re: Biochar Inquiry Dear all, Muzungu and Michael and Wikipedia have clarified some things. 1. From inside to outside, we have: a. Hollow center (maybe with coconut water) b.
Paul Anderson
4:50 PM
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Re: Biochar Inquiry Mike, Actually that is a good question... one that I did not ask. I suspect not too much (a few kg), but I have to confirm the amounts that he estimates he
Lloyd Helferty
4:20 PM
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Fwd: Re: Biochar Inquiry Dear Biochar colleagues, I have been asked by a PhD student of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry at the University of Toronto who is currently
Lloyd Helferty
3:20 PM
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Re: Fwd: Fw: [biochar] Biochar as growing media additive and peat su Interesting, this "Leonardite." Looks like a good source of micronutrients. Anyone have experience using it, application rates, etc? I wonder if it could
bajarobl
1:45 PM
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Re: Fwd: Fw: [biochar] Biochar as growing media additive and peat su Tom, Leanordite is primarily used as a soil conditioner and as a parent source of USDA NOP organically certifiable humic acid. I have also used peat as a
mikethewormguy
7:19 AM
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Re: [Stoves] Char from coir Re: Biochar Inquiry Actually when dealing with coconut husk there are two elements coir which it the fiber and then the pith light weigh sawdust like stuff left over after
Michael N Trevor
7:12 AM
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Re: [Stoves] Char from coir Re: Biochar Inquiry From: Paul Anderson Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 6:33 AM To: lhelferty@... ; teddy kinyanjui Cc: biochar@yahoogroups.com ; Ted Wysocki ; Johnathon
Michael N Trevor
6:51 AM
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Char from coir Re: Biochar Inquiry Stovers and Biochar folks, Our thanks to Teddy in Kenya for his comments below sent to Lloyd H. and a few others, and especially for the link to his blogspot
Paul Anderson
6:33 AM
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Re: Slash pile burning Hi Michael, I was just at your website. Nice work. Our organization is working biochar and biochar stoves in Central America. At this time the largest biochar
Art Donnelly
Apr 14
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Fwd: video vote Dear Groups members, Please vote for this video. https://applications.grandchallenges.ca/en/viewVideo/28735E6AA3E83DB599E4C01E It only takes a few seconds to
Lloyd Helferty
Apr 14
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Re: Slash pile burning I am glad to hear that lots of piles are being chipped but not all the piles are chipped. Maybe the bigger forest companys do that but theres lots of burning
Ross Hunt
Apr 14
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Re: Slash pile burning Michael, I and probably many others are interested in your results. Please send when available. Paul Doc / Dr TLUD / Prof. Paul S. Anderson, PhD Email:
Paul Anderson
Apr 14
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Re: Slash pile burning Ross & Biochar. I would have thought that by now everyone would have known that all the piles are chipped, loaded on super bee chip trucks and trucked to The
    John G. Flottvik
    Apr 14
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    Re: Slash pile burning -Ross On 2014-04-14, at 7:12 AM, "d.michael.shafer@..." wrote: Is this a regular event? -regular Are we talking large
    Ross Hunt
    Apr 14
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    Re: Fwd: Fw: [biochar] Biochar as growing media additive and peat su Mike, I note that Steiner and Harrttung used leanordite. At 50-80% Humic acid and low pH it looks interesting. Does it contain enough N to offset the demand
    Tom Miles
    Apr 14
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    Re: Slash pile burning Is this a regular event? Are we talking large numbers of piles? The potential for large quantities of biochar? Is there a potential market for the biochar?
    d.michael.shafer@...
    Apr 14
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    Re: Fwd: Fw: [biochar] Biochar as growing media additive and peat su Tom, Humic acids can serve many purposes within soil depending upon the situation thus enriching char with humic acid should have some interesting benefits. It
    mikethewormguy
    Apr 14
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    Re: Fwd: Fw: [biochar] Biochar as growing media additive and peat su Don, Daniel, Eric, Thanks for comments. The trials and summary by Steiner and Harrtung are very useful for understanding how biochar blends compare with
    Tom Miles
    Apr 13
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    Re: [soil-age] Great biochar presentation We are off on a "Fantastic Voyage", (a 1966 science fiction film,) deep into the heart of the only thing I come close to deifying; Soil Life. It serves all the
    Erich Knight
    Apr 13
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    Re: Fwd: Fw: [biochar] Biochar as growing media additive and peat su Nasty gelatinous stuff bacterial canker, cherry & peach particularly susceptible. The fine ground char used as a foliage spray, as discussed on another thread,
    Erich Knight
    Apr 13
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    Re: Fwd: Fw: [biochar] Biochar as growing media additive and peat su I can confirm it works well as a replacement for peat and/or vermiculite. I have been growing side by side garden beds for a year and a bit now with: - 1/1/1
    charsquaredgardening
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    Fwd: Fw: [biochar] Biochar as growing media additive and peat substi Hi Tom, Thanks for this posting, OF COURSE BIOCHAR IS A LIKELY TO BE A SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR VERMICULITE / EXPANDED CLAY MEDIA, ... ... SPHAGNUM MOSS. Let's
    dongraves1956
    Apr 12
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    Re: [SeBIG] an excellent article, fairly deep intro to biochar (on a Ozone....???, More like we are off on a "Fantastic Voyage", a 1966 science fiction film, deep into the heart of the only thing I come close to deifying; Soil
    Erich Knight
    Apr 12
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    Climate Protection Through Biochar in German Agriculture: Potentials Climate Protection Through Biochar in German Agriculture: Potentials and Costs by Isabel Teichmann In recent years, there has been much discussion about
    Tom Miles
    Apr 12
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    Re: [SeBIG] an excellent article, fairly deep intro to biochar (on a Rob, Biochar seems to be a pretty good addition for worms: http://www.woosworms.com/VermExperiments.html See Mike Fynn’s presentation at the 2012 biocahr
    Tom Miles
    Apr 12
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