Corn in poor soil on left
Biochar amended soil on right
Benefits include improved soil structure, terroir and plant health
Biochar also enhances root growth — you can SEE and TASTE the difference
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Fungal Infused Biochar
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Research by David Johnson suggests the number might be higher.
Research by Rodale Institute
Fungi in healthy, living soil can pull 4 to 9 tons of carbon dioxide out of the air, per acre, per year.
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What is Biochar?
Biochar is a solid material obtained from the carbonization of biomass.It is a fine-grained, highly porous charcoal that enhances soil by retaining nutrients and water.
Customers use SymSoil as a biochar activator
to enhance terrior.
This is achieved through reduced compaction, improved porosity, cation exchange, increased pH, retained water, improved hydaulic conductivity, promoted growth of microorganisms and
Biochar Improves the Environment by:
- Reducing nitrous oxide emissions 50-80%
- Reducing phosphorous and nitrogen in groundwater
- Increasing soil carbon and reducing atmospheric CO2
- Reducing forest fuel load
- Sequestering carbon
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Want to Learn More?
Check Out The Articles Below
Intro to Biochar
Learn the basics about Biochar.
Biochar, A Soil Biology Perspective
Biochar. plus soil microbes, creates a catch and release mechanism for plant nutrient cycling and water molecules.Read More
Biochar in Viticulture New Results
by Hans-Peter Schmidt and Claudio Niggli
Plant growth improvement mediated by nitrate capture in co-composted biochar
by Claudia I. Kammann, Hans-Peter Schmidt, Nicole Messerschmidt, Sebastian Linsel, Diedrich Steffens, Christoph Müller, Hans-Werner Koyro, Pellegrino Conte, Stephen Josep