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Re: Can Trichoderma be corporate into biochar?

Bom: I am much impressed by the work on biochar of Paul Olivier (living in Dalat). See http://www.esrla.com/. Should know other producers/researchers. Look
Ronal W. Larson
7:33 AM
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18028

Re: Clean Stoves/Biochar opportunity????

I saw no place to reply to the article.My reply would be; *Clean Biomass cooking is no small thing.* *The World Bank Study; * Biochar Systems for Smallholders
Erich Knight
9:27 PM
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18027

Re: Clean Stoves/Biochar opportunity????

Dale, I quickly looked through the article. If "given short shift" refers to NOT even getting mentioned, I assure you that this is not the first time and
Paul Anderson
Mar 31
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18026

Re: Rainforests

Erich, The work and conclusions referenced in the article in Nature I cited is the result of two-decades of study. I’m not certain what one could conclude
Mark Elliott Ludlow
Mar 30
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18025

Re: Clean Stoves/Biochar opportunity????

Hi Dale, I could be way off the mark, but fuel foraging seems to be a major impediment, particularly in the most densely populated regions of the world such as
Mark Elliott Ludlow
Mar 30
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18024

Re: Rainforests

Given the Haliburton Forest work, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301479713003861 How about hiring a C-130 to air drop 10 tons of char over
Erich Knight
Mar 30
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18023

Clean Stoves/Biochar opportunity????

Greetings all- and especially Dr TLUD and Art Donnelly. I just saw this piece: The Burning Question | Heifer International | Charity Ending Hunger And Poverty
joe_mammy52
Mar 30
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18022

Re: Dr. Christine Jones, earth angel& soil scientist

Hi, "but the beloved mycorrhizae love it and live in it" So BioChar is a BusStop for mycorrhizae waiting for roots to come along ..
egonschrader
Mar 30
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18021

Re: Dr. Christine Jones, earth angel& soil scientist [1 Attachment]

... having a jerky day, but it's sunny and warm in central MO. for a green & peaceful planet, David Yarrow dyarrow5@... 573-818-4148 www.dyarrow.org
David Yarrow
Mar 30
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18020

Re: Dr. Christine Jones, earth angel& soil scientist

i have read anything about dr. jones mentioning biochar. i suspect her first response might be that it is unnecessary given the liquid carbon pathway. my
David Yarrow
Mar 30
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18019

Re: Dr. Christine Jones, earth angel& soil scientist

Has anyone asked Christine Jones what she thinks the role of biochar is? Excellent article, BTW. Thanks for sharing this David. -Kelpie
eiplek
Mar 30
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18018

Re: Rainforests

The Haliburton Forest is a northern hardwood forest and has done some research with biochar additions Thomas, Sean C., et al. "Biochar mitigates negative
Erin Rasmussen
Mar 30
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18017

Savory on LinkedIn; Climate change hope,... Compost in bioretention

Dear Soils & Char, Allan Savory, President at Savory Institute *Climate change hope*
Erich Knight
Mar 30
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18016

Re: [soil-age] (Soil Age) Regenerate Australia at Global Soil Week

Dear Walter & Cindy, Regenerate Australia, http://www.healthysoilsaustralia.org/regenerate-australia.html , certainly deserves to be read by a wider audience.
Erich Knight
Mar 29
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18015

Rainforests

Yes, I know this is the Biochar List, but… We all are aware of the apparent contribution to atmospheric O2 stores that global rainforest regions provide.
Mark Elliott Ludlow
Mar 29
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