“Carbonization of biomass to produce Biochar for use in Regenerative Agriculture”
PYREG held its first Biochar symposium for Growers in the California Central Valley.
Why? Biomass residues are valuable materials! With PYREG NetZero Carbonization Systems, growers can transform their waste/residues into highly valuable Biochar. By applying the carbonization process, Growers achieve a Circular Economy, producing Biochar, while generating renewable energy and carbon credit certificates.
Biochar is extremely interesting for agriculture because its sponge-like structure stores water and nutrients, thus counteracting soil dehydration, improving soil health and increasing crop yields/quality.
Robert Kovach clearly explains how Biochar works. A lively interview. Take a look!
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