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The science and general information about biochar.
Wakefield BioChar has earned the Forest Stewardship Council’s (FSC®) Chain of Custody certification as a [...]
The use of biochar for soil remediation of heavy metals has been studied since 1998, [...]
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How Much Biochar Should You Use? Applying biochar to your soil can be a fairly [...]
The use of a low ash biochar can aid in the prevention of salt damage [...]
The use of the word “biochar” needs to be used with some understanding of the [...]
Others are talking about biochar The rich history of biochar, how it is made, its benefits [...]
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Wakefield Biochar gets questions from customers from time to time — which we love! One [...]
The main benefits of biochar can be generally described as soil health, remediation and odor [...]
With all of the great intentions and positive impact that biochar can have in our [...]
Wakefield Biochar recently presented a biochar summary of benefits to the Illinois Landscape Contractors Association [...]
Biochar has a lot of benefit for the soil. One, in particular, has been touted [...]
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