Content tagged "ag energy biochar"

Resources from NEWBio: The Northeast Woody/Warm-season Biomass Consortium

Farm Energy Wood Energy Updated: February 08, 2018

Funded by AFRI. Learn More.The Northeast Woody/Warm-season Biomass Consortium (NEWBio) is a regional network of universities, businesses, and governmental...

Resources from CenUSA - Sustainable Production and Distribution of Bioenergy for the Central USA

Farm Energy Updated: July 26, 2017

Funded by AFRI. Learn More.   CenUSA BLADES Newsletter  CenUSA Bioenergy is a coordinated research and education effort investigating the creation of a...

CenUSA Feedstock Conversion, Refining and Co-Products

Farm Energy Updated: March 01, 2017

Thermochemical processes convert biomass to liquid bio-fuel and produce biochar, a valuable co-product for soil quality and reduced greenhouse gas...

CenUSA Extension and Outreach: Perennial Grass Bioenergy Research and Knowhow for Producers, Students and Stakeholders

Farm Energy Updated: February 28, 2017

Bioenergy research is translated into practical know-how by extension educators, farmers and Master Gardeners. Funded by AFRI. Learn More. On the streets,...

Recent Publications About Biochar

Farm Energy Updated: April 29, 2015

 There is a lot of interest in biochar as a soil amendment and for its potential role in sequestering carbon to ameliorate the effects of climate change....

Biochar: Prospects of Commercialization

Farm Energy Updated: October 31, 2014

Learn all about biochar--what it is, and how it benefits soils and the climate by sequestering carbon. Funded by AFRI. Learn More.Biochar is charred...

Research Summary: Biochar Can Improve the Sustainability of Stover Removal for Bioenergy

Farm Energy Updated: October 04, 2013

By returning biochar created by fast pyrolysis to the soil, more stover residue can be harvested for bioenergy without degrading soil quality or hurting crop...

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