10 steps to make biochar
Cathy Rose makes homemade biochar at her Nature’s Nest Farm west of Delano, Minnesota. This ancient form of fertilizer is gaining ground as a new tool for growing things well. Follow these steps to make it yourself.
1. Find biomass
You can use any kind of plant matter – tree limbs, twigs, clippings – plus manure or animal bedding.
Date Published: February 26, 2013
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