Revitalises Soil For:
- Increased Productivity
- Better Biological Activity
- Moisture & Nutrient Retention
Enhances Soil For:
- Carbon Sequestration
- Microbial Biomass
- Environment For Mycorrhizae
Biochar, a carbonized form of biomass, when infused across farmland, is an unconventional method proven to sequester large amounts of carbon from the atmosphere while simultaneously improving soil quality for healthy larger crop yields.
The Biochar life cycle is a regenerative agriculture practice. Regenerative agriculture is the conservative and rehabilitative approach to food and farming systems. It focuses on topsoil regeneration, increasing biodiversity, improving the water cycle, enhancing ecosystem services, supporting bio sequestration, increasing resilience to climate change, and strengthening the health and vitality of farm soil.
Soil - Climate Connection
The biochar within the soil becomes a nutrient-rich feeding habitat for microorganisms. Microorganisms will reproduce, populate and thrive under this microecosystem.
When crops are being fertilized, the fertilizer nutrients are nourishment for the microorganisms within the soil. In reality, the secretion from microorganisms is what crops and plants feed and convert energy from to form growth. When more and more microorganisms migrate into a carbonized sink environment, this cycle creates a nutrient rich matrix for plant life, where the earth becomes healthier, more fertile and continuously sequesters carbon.