Biosolid-Based Biochar with Soybean Yield

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Effects of Sewage Sludge and Biochar on Soybean Yield
This experiment applied biosolid-based biochar to soybean plants in Iran. The results showed that the biochar created healthier soil, taller plants, and more pods. This is important because it establishes biochar as a cheaper and more natural alternative to synthetic fertilizers

To learn more about Wakefield’s biochar from biosolids visit our KickStart Biochar page. Pyrolysis of biosolids has several positive aspects, including the reduction of waste material that has a potential negative impact on the environment and the biochar derived from biochar creates a healthy soil conditioner for your planting.