Hi Interesting debate. The relation between heavy metals, soils and biochar is quite complex and at the moment is not quite well understand. Heavy metalsfernandaaller
HI RICK, THANKS FOR YOUR FEEDBACK |+|AMP|+| ENCOURAGEMENT OVER OUR INITIAL RESULTS RE NO-TILL BIOCHAR SLURRY APPLICATION IN PASTURE ROOT ZONES. I NEED TO GETdongraves1956
Hi Rick, What about the vineyard applications? I was under the impression that wine grapes preferred a dolomitic soil, which I always assumed meant pH 7+. Isdosidicus@rocketmail.com
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