Biochar | ~1,000lbs | 2 Cu/yd totes

We have variety of biochar options depending on your individual needs. Will cover approx. 3,500 square feet.

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We have variety of biochar options depending on your individual needs. Will cover approx. 3,500 square feet.

Top Product Applications

  • Indoor or Outdoor Potted Plants
  • Outdoor Vegetable and Flower Gardens:
  • For Both New Sod and Established Lawns
  • New Sod
  • Established Lawns
  • For Both New and Existing Trees
  • Planting New Trees
  • Existing Trees
  • Row Crops
  • New Vineyards
  • Existing Vineyards
  • For Both New and Existing Vineyards

Mix one part Biochar to four parts soil, localized in the root zone during transplant.

One Cubic Foot of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 30 one gallon pots;
One Cubic Yard of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 900 one gallon pots.

Apply Biochar to the top 2-4 inches of soil at a ratio of one part Biochar to four parts soil; increase the amount applied with larger plants such as tomatoes and also if you have heavy clay or sandy soil.

One Cubic Foot of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 200-300sqft
One Cubic Yard of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 6000sqft

For Both New Sod and Established Lawns

One Cubic Foot of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 400sqft
One Cubic Yard of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 9,000sqft

Evenly apply Biochar with a pre-plant fertilizer on the area that the sod is about to be laid.

Mow grass and then aerate if possible (double aeration optimal). Evenly spread Biochar, brush or rake to incorporate more Biochar into the soil. Soak area well and then reduce your regularly scheduled irrigation by 20-30%.

For Both New and Existing Trees

One Cubic Foot of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 1-2 trees
One Cubic Yard of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 20-30 trees

Planting New Trees

Dig a larger hole than required for tree; mix ½ to 1 whole cubic foot of Biochar in with backfill at a rate of one part Biochar to 2 parts soil. Put half of the backfill at the bottom of the hole, place the tree in hole, and use remaining backfill to wrap around the root ball of the tree. The roots will integrate with the Biochar as the tree grows.

Existing Trees

Top dress under the canopy in the drip zone of the tree and incorporate 1 cubic foot of Biochar into top 1-4 inches of soil. For deeper rooted trees, apply with an auger or air spade device to get product closer to root zone.

Row Crops

Apply with compost or manure spreader along the top of beds and incorporate into top 1-4 inches of soil.

One Cubic Foot of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 150 linear feet
One Cubic Yard of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 1/4 acre

New Vineyards

Apply with compost or manure spreader along the rows during pre-plant and incorporate into top 3-7 inches of bed. Alternatively apply into backfill of individual vine holes mixing one part Biochar to 4 parts soil.

Existing Vineyards

Side dress rows with compost spreader and disk into soil or incorporate into 3-6 inches of the side of the bed.

For Both New and Existing Vineyards

One Cubic Foot of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 4-6 Individual vines
One Cubic Yard of Biochar would be sufficient for approximately 1/4 acre

Repel pests, prevent plant infection from fungal, bacterial and virus-like disease
Percentage of Improved absorption through the roots**
Overall Ecosystem Benefits

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