Use of biochar as an agricultural amendment improves soil health and lowers costs. It removes the need for chemical fertilizers, improves yields, and increases the drawdown of atmospheric carbon dioxide. Accordingly, it allows farmers to improve overall output, or to use less land to produce desired crop yields.


Biochar can significantly reduce GHG emissions when used as a feed supplement in dairy, poultry, swine, and livestock operations. Enteric methane and nitrous oxide emissions from manure can be reduced. The fertilization properties of the manure can be enhanced, and downstream water quality can be improved.

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The performance of green infrastructure, bioretention, and urban water gardens can be significantly improved with the addition of biochar and the water filtration and storage properties it provides. Biochar is also an excellent, cheaper, and much greener alternative to activated carbon.

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