Posted a couple of videos that are about my utilization of biochar in my Food Forest project. This technique provides a solution for invasive trees, woody waste, washed out, infertile acid soil all in one process. I'd really recommend considering giving it a try. Here's how you do it. Realize that early Hawaiians--and in fact most pre-industrial agriculture cultures-- used charcoal as a means of improving poor soil extensively. That technique needs to be rediscovered and re-applied. Here's a very very simple way of getting started.
Don't forget the hot dogs!
Renewable Revolution - SUBHEAD: Renewables to capture 3/4 of the $10 trillion world spends on new generation through 2040. By Joe Romm on 15 June 2017 for Think Progress - ( ht...
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