Soil Reef biochar for your garden can enhance productivity. Like a filter, this unique form of charcoal can help hold water and nutrients in the root-zone and available to your plants. Whether you Soil Reef biochar for your garden or for your potted plants, the same benefits apply.
Biochar has been a part of soils for as long as fire and life. It is naturally occurring, resists decay, and is found in soils throughout the world. For thousands of years humans have used biochar with their farming practices. At Soil Reef, we work hard to use the tested systems of nature, the practices of our ancestors, and our modern scientific understanding to create solutions for some of todays most pressing problems – whether it’s growing better tomatoes, or feeding a growing population.
Biochar For Your Garden – Case Studies and Research
There’s not a whole lot that I have in common with someone like a rice paddy worker in Mongolia, a coffee farmer in Nicaragua, or a homemaker in Uganda. The thing that we do share, […]
From Guest Author Biochar Bob,
After reading this article titled “Chicago landscapers turn to ancient Amazonian fertilizer,” I felt particularly inspired to talk about how important biochar is in urban landscapes. There are slew of benefits […]
Here it is in full text. A useful introduction to biochar catered to it’s use with growing media. Published in the February, 2013 edition of Grower Talks Magazine. All photographs and content by […]
Biochar Trial in Kunia with Pacific Biodiesel Technologies’ Hawaii Military Biofuels Crop (HMBC) Project
(from Hawaii Biochar Products LLC, a partner company)
The first field trial with our biochar product on Oahu has yielded some very […]
Sometimes a little bit is a big deal.
That may be the case in this latest trial. While usually using biochar to improve soils, or in creating potting media blends, a different approach was taken […]