Join Adrian Whitehead to discover more about this mysterious and highly beneficial soil additive. What it is, a brief history of its use, why it works and how to use it to benefit soil fertility at home. Also, take some home to try it out for yourself.
Biochar is the carbon rich 'hull' of a plant that remains when it is burnt buy pyrolysis (without oxygen). This has long been used as a soil enhancer to retain water, improve soil biodiversity and enhance available nutrients that can boost plant growth and potentially utilises agricultural wastes.
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Adrian Whitehead is an educator at CERES and life long environmental campaigner. Adrian has co-founded and campaigned with a number of organisations including Beyond Zero Emissions, Last Chance Tours and Otway Ranges Environment Network, and Save the Planet. Adrian began to get interested in biochar 10 years ago when looking for a method of drawing down historical emissions to create a global cooling. Since then Adrian has made and used biochar at home and his Otways permaculture property, attended an international conference on biochar in Japan and visited the NSW DPI biochar research facility. He recently organised the biochar session at last years sustainable living festival.
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