How Biochar Helps the Soil really is a crucial part of The Biochar Revolution. It forms Chapter 7 of the book and has a detailed look at what Biochar actually does in the soil, why it is so helpful and how it ultimately helps plants which live in the soil
“Biochar helps conserve plant nutrients by storing them within its matrix and making the nutrients available when crops need them.”
This e-Book looks at the operation of biochar in soil from a number of different angles. Firstly it looks at the constituents of biochar and how they act in the ground. From this understanding we can then learn how biochar can mitigate physical deficiencies in the makeup of soil in a particular plot of land. This then is extended to have a look at the role biochar can have in the restoration of soil humanity has degraded through development.
In summary, biochar can really help soil do more with less. The book looks at how and why this is the case.
So this e-Book is a great resource for gardeners and farmers alike who want to understand a bit more about soil performance, and understand something they can specifically do to improve both the health and productivity of the soil on their plot of land. If this sounds like you, grab a copy of this eBook today – with instant access through electronic download.
Additional information we have included within this e-book include:
- A Biochar Timeline
- A full glossary of Biochar related terms
- Direction to resources and organisations to assist you find what you are looking for, in the biochar community