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Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
Biochar part 2
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Biochar part 2

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  • 1. RITUAL / SPIRITUAL / SOIL AGRICUTURE ANIMALS ENERGY HABITAT SANITATION HEALTH WATER RELIGIOUS / PRACTICES PADDY APPLICATION IN ANIMAL PLACES BIOCHAR FIRE / ALTAR / METHANE BIOCHAR URINALS TO TAP SOURCE FROM YAGNAS / EMISSIONS BRICKS CLEANING URINE, SANITAT EFFICIENT TLUD AGNIHOTRA REDUCTION TEETH ION AND COOK STOVES EMISSIONSBIOCHAR REDUCTION BIOCHAR PESTICIDE & TOILETS COMPLEX BIOCHAR IN FIRE DURING CHEMICALS AQUARIUMS FESTIVALS AFFECTS RUMINANT WATER MITIGATION ANIMALS AS BY PRODUCT PURIFICATION – METHANE FROM GASIFIER BIOCHAR IN BIOCHAR COLOR, ODOR, EMISSIONS STOVES, BOILER CATTLE SHEDS TABLETS REMOVAL OF EMMISIONS REDUCTION AS S ETC HARMFUL REDUCTION FEED ADDITIVE ELEMENTS, ETC. BIOCHAR IN FROM FARM POULTRY CREMATIONS YARD FARMS CLEANING MANURES AND COMPOSTS PLATES /BIOCHAR UTENSILS SOAKING INCOMPOST CHARCOAL WITH ANIMALS BIOCHAR IN PRODUCTION NATURAL / URINE AND FOOD AS PART FROM BIOMASS BIOCHAR IN ARTIFICIAL CROP RESIDUE EXCRETA - OF FOOD / WASTE FRIDGES, MATT FIRES IN MANAGEMENT VALUE BATHING PREPARATIONS MANAGEMENT RESSES, ETC. FORESTS / ADDITION FIELDS, ETC.
  • 2. Biocharculture Adaptation benefitsSecuring the crop from Reclaim the degraded drought and climate water conservation, soils, variabiiity Lessen the impact of reducing emissions and Conversion of cotton hazardous pesticides increasing the stalks into Biochar anand complex chemicals sequestration of option and address & to reduce plant greenhouse gases carbon sequestration uptake. increases in Impacts of Biochar lastIncrease in crop yield C, N, pH, and available more than 1000 years. P to the plants
  • 3. SOURCES OF BIOMASS FOR BIOCHAR CROP RESIDUE (800 million tons of biomass burnt) COTTON STALKS (22.3 million tons generated) PROSOPIS JULIFLORA RICE HUSK OTHER BIOMASS
  • 4. Major challenges of cotton crop Climate change - Soil fertility Water variability - management extremes Impact of Burning of crop Alkalinity of soils hazardous residue pesticides and nitrogen fertilizers
  • 5. Alkaline Soils
  • 6. COMPOST JAGGERY SOIL MICROBESBIOCHAR GREEN MULCH
  • 7. BIOCHAR COMPOST

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