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Re: [SeBIG] an excellent article, fairly deep intro to biochar (on a Hi Rob No I get the more worms but I use low temperature straw and manure biochars as well as fine bamboo biochar You need to feed them soft powder I mix urine
Stephen
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Re: [SeBIG] an excellent article, fairly deep intro to biochar (on a I have used biochar in worm bins with excellent results, I soak the char with a high sugar solution or mix with fruit droppings. I have never before seen bins
Joshua Bogart
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Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... Hi Joshua, I live near DuBois so next time you get to PA and are interested in biochar and using charcoal to power equipment, look me up. I'll be talking to
ggilmore67
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Biochar in Prairie Conservation Strips? The Prairie conservation strips technique was described in the current issue of Resource, from the American Association of Agricultural and Biological
    Tom Miles
    3:35 PM
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    Greenhouse heating Re: [biochar] Let Freedom Ring! Ross, Please tell us about your greenhouse heating. Size, where it is, fuels, biochar production, etc etc. Full details please. And about yourself,
    Paul Anderson
    12:11 PM
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    Re: Interesting new integrated pyrolysis/gasifier/AD system Kelpie, Good article. Aston University has been an important coordinator and instigator of biomass pyrolysis research since 1982. The have been very successful
    Tom Miles
    11:48 AM
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    Interesting new integrated pyrolysis/gasifier/AD system This is a nicely detailed article describing technologies being developed in the UK:
    Kelpie Wilson
    11:29 AM
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    Let Freedom Ring! Thankyou David. I have printed a copy for display at an Earthday fair here in the Comox Valley. Thankyou everyone else, who's information I have educated
    Ross Hunt
    9:00 AM
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... Joshua, That info is helpful. Pennsylvania is where Gary Gilmore is located (about 90 minutes north and a little east of Pittsburgh (western half of PA). My
    Paul Anderson
    6:20 AM
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... I am from Northern Pennsylvania. I mention my father because both he and my oldest brother are tool and die makers with wide industry experience and a
    Joshua Bogart
    Apr 22
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... We are understanding your situation. Where is your USA base? You mentioned you father in an earlier message. I ask so we can know how easily (or not) to
    Paul Anderson
    Apr 22
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... ... Hi Joshua! I find it interesting, and encouraging, that you are finding that biochar is having an effect on soil moisture. I have a homestead farm in
    Su Ba
    Apr 22
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... Paul I have a long term commitment to Honduras. My wife is Honduran, and we are growing coffee down here. But due to lack of educational opportunities for our
    Joshua Bogart
    Apr 22
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... Joshua, Thanks for the great introduction. Are you committed to staying long-term in Honduras? About stoves that make biochar, several (many) of us on the
    Paul Anderson
    Apr 22
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... For my background, I work for a USA based NGO focused on Agroforestry and sustainable agriculture (Trees for the Future), I also personally grow coffee and
    Joshua Bogart
    Apr 22
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    Re: Size of biochar thank you, jim. i'm an elderly, unemployed, self-educated, earth activist, badly disabled, living on SSI (= poverty) trying to steer humanity away from
    David Yarrow
    Apr 22
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    MUST SEE video about Rice husk gasifiers from Vietnam To all involved with gasification and cookstoves, especially those interested in rice husk gasifier stoves. The tremendous progress with gasifier stoves,
    Paul Anderson
    Apr 22
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... Ted, Activated charcoal is prepared at high temperatures, and has minimal volatile matter to assist with ignition and for maintaining easy combustion. Needs
    Paul Anderson
    Apr 22
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... Dear Joshua, THANKS for your reply. It provides encouragement for further discussion. Would you please do the following: 1. Tell us more about yourself and
    Paul Anderson
    Apr 22
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    Re: Request for comment Kevin: You arenÆt paying attention to the rules of the ôgame". I asked for one reference. I asked that you read the reference that was cited and state
    Ronal W. Larson
    Apr 21
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    Re: PRE-processing of husks and shells of coconuts to be fuel ..... I have worked with coconut, husk sometimes just the coir and sometimes the coir an shell together, sometimes with the coconut meat inside. Here in Honduras
    Joshua Bogart
    Apr 21
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    Fwd: Biochar from seaweed Hi Mark, I'm sending on your request to the Biochar Yahoo group & others of interest. Off the top of my hat, I can't recall any large projects with seaweed.
    Erich Knight
    Apr 21
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    Re: Request for comment Dear Ron My apologies for the delay in replying. I was busy... ... From: Ronal W. Larson To: Biochar ; Kevin Chisholm Cc: Biochar-Policy Sent: Thursday, April
    Kevin
    Apr 21
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    Re: Size of biochar Dear Renel, et al, Well said: All sizes is right sized for Nature. I don't sweat the size as it seems to eventually get nibbled into dust by the worm gizzards,
    James Karnofski
    Apr 21
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    Re: Size of biochar Actually, I would like to add my 2 cents to this conversation. As Biochar Producers for several applications, the answer to your question is from our trials
    Renel Anderson
    Apr 21
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    [Gasification] Making charcoal biomass Forwarded from the gasification list (TRM): Hi all! I have designed biomass charcoal stove under pyrolysis technology. The first charcoal factory in Vinh Long
    quoc cuong Pham
    Apr 21
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    Re: Size of biochar This is all very interesting. Can you point me to specific scientific trials that can be repeated on the issue of size and benefits of pea vs dust sized
    Mark May
    Apr 21
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    Re: Size of biochar David, 1.. I admire your enthusiasm re biochar, effective micro organisms, mycorrhizal inocula (via Mike Amaranthus), compost teas (vi Elaine Ingham & Soil
    Don Graves
    Apr 21
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    Re: Size of biochar Re: David Yarrow comment. DY, you are over the top and years ahead of crowd. People take notice and read what David has written on his website
    James Karnofski
    Apr 20
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    Re: Contact wanted to Biobamboo and Charlotte O'Brien Hi Paul, Here is her address; Charlotte O'Brien Cheers, Erich Erich J. Knight Shenandoah Gardens 1047 Dave Berry Rd. McGaheysville, VA.
    Erich Knight
    Apr 20
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