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Bamboo Biochar Trial 2006 China
Robert Flanagan, SAFFE, China, July 2007

This is a trial we started last year using bamboo charcoal as a soil amendment. Last year we sent Cornell University soil samples last year and hope to continue this research with them in the future.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7-cq_w1VVY

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Charcoal and Wood Vinegar Reactors
Robert Flanagan, SAFFE, Huangzhou, China, July 31, 2007
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Biochar and Charcoal Videos by SAFFE, Huangzhou, China
Robert Flanagan, SAFFE, Huangzhou, China, July 2007

Video: Renewable carbon negative energy

Video: Plot trial to show the effects of charcoal in soil

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Biochar Trials in Hangzhou, China (pdf)
Robert Flanagan, Saffe China, July 10, 2007

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This is a small trial I'm doing for some farmers just outside Hangzhou to show them the benefits of Biochar. I've 48 plots in all so 24 with rice husk charcoal addition at 20Kg per plot. This trial is not for scientific data collection we have that in another trial a little further outside town.

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Training Manual of Bamboo Charcoal for Producers and Consumers
JIANG Shenxue, Bamboo Engineering Research Center, Nanjing Forestry University, May 2004

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Preliminary study of application effect of bamboo vinegar on vegetable growth
Forestry Studies in China, 2006

Mu Jun 1 Contact Information, Yu Zhi-ming 1, Wu Wen-qiang 2 and Wu Qing-li 3
(1) College of Materials Science and Technology, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, 100083, P. R. China
(2) Beijing Soil and Fertilizer Station, Beijing, 100029, P. R. China
(3) Beijing Forestry University Forest Science Co., Ltd, Beijing, 100083, P. R. China

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Bamboo charcoal
123Bamboo Lin'an City, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, www.123bamboo.com

Bamboo charcoal is manufactured by carbonizing dried bamboo in a kiln under controlled temperature and humidity. Bamboo charcoal is a good air purifier as it has the property of absorbing odor, moisture and harmful gases. It is also a good water purifier as it filters and absorbs pollutants, chlorine, pesticides and poisonous materials. It has an extremely porous structure and is a better and eco-friendly option to wood charcoal.

Domestic Applications: charcoal pillows, mattresses and to preserve freshness in refrigerators, deodorizer in moist places.

Agriculture Applications: change soil structure, eliminate negative effects of pesticides on plants, increase soil temperature and amount of water content

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