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All things biochar: production, gh gases, soil, crops, water, etc.
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by Milton E McGiffen
on September 13, 2016 at 4:21 PM
From Steve Feher:  
 
A comment from Steve Feher:  
The Ag-Energy gasifier looks very promising for applications in California, especially in the Sacramento Valley rice growing region. It could use rice straw as a direct substitute for wheat straw used in the Spokane area and would probably work well also with nut shells based on my discussions with Bruce Appel of Ag-Energy. Its flexible design offering several possible uses of the syngas output, including potential direct fueling of rice or nut dryers, replacing natural gas or expensive propene currently used.
by Tom Saras
on July 5, 2017 at 8:03 AM
I would like to understand more about biochar energy etc
Reply by Milton E McGiffen
on July 5, 2017 at 10:22 AM
Dear Tom:  
 
This is a good place to go for a background on biochar: http://www.biochar-international.org/biochar . You will also find a lot of links at the home page of that site for more in-depth information.  
 
Take a look at that and let me know what other information you need.
 
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