Using Biochar to Improve Soil Fertility

May 31, 2018 07:50 AM
 
A source of waste once destined for a landfill could soon enhance Tennessee farmland and row crops.

A source of waste once destined for a landfill could soon enhance Tennessee farmland and row crops.

The University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agriculture is spreading the product biochar on fields in a special experiment.

Charles Denney of the UT Institute of Agriculture shows how this product could increase soil fertility on AgDay above.

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