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Biochar blends is for creating value added products using biochar and different types of matter (living and non-living) for soil amendments and also multiple uses.

Biochar blends is for creating value added products using biochar and different types of matter (living and non-living) for soil amendments and also multiple uses.

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  • 1. Humic acidAnimals dung slurryUrineLiquid molassesDry molasses powderbrown sugarcorn syrupCompost teaVermicompost teaEtc.VermicompostFarm yard manureSmall ruminants manureHumanurePoultry litterOther animals dungWorm castingsSpent mushroom compostPeatCoffee groundsEtc.Sphagnum mossMountain peatForest humusCorn mealOil seed cakeCotton seed mealEtc.SeaweedGrass clippingsStrawRice huskCoco peatSaw dustAlfalfa mealWood chipsGreen mulchLeaf litterCut flowers litterVegetables wasteCrop residueWaterClean waterMineral waterMagnetic waterEtc.AirMethane (CH4)Carbon dioxide(CO2)Nitrogen Oxide (NOx)Etc.Soil microbesbacteriafungiprotozoanematodesearthwormsArthropodsRhizobiumAzotobacterTrichoderma virideBacillus thuringenesisAzospirillumBacillus megatheriumPseudomonas fluorescenceGlomus fasiculatumGlomus mosseaeEtc.Effective MicroorganismsEarthworm castingsBiocharSiltSludgeBiosolidsClayPottery shardsTerra Preta nuggetsBaked earth /soilBone MealFish bonesBlood mealFish mealFish emulsionAshSeashellsEtc.Rock dustGlacial rock dustZeoliteGypsumSand (quartz)Rock phosphateVermiculiteLimeSea saltSea MineralsPerliteAzomiteFullers earthGreensandEtc.SyntheticsPolymersEtc.Macronutrientsnitrogen (N)phosphorus (P)potassium (K)calcium (Ca)magnesium (Mg)sulfur (S)Micronutrientsboron (B)chlorine (Cl)copper (Cu)iron (Fe)manganese (Mn)molybdenum (Mo)zinc (Zn) andnickel (Ni)Dr.N.SaiBhaskarReddysaibhaskarnakka@gmail.comJune,2013