Wood vinegar and agriculture:
Wood vinegar reduces the consumption of chemical fertilisers and increases soil nutrients and the growth rates of roots, stems, leaves, flowers, and fruits. Wood vinegar controls small and microorganisms, fungal diseases, root rot, reduces flower drop, increases yield, increases flowering, reduces diseases, controls root rot, and speeds up seedling growth.
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Stephen Joseph, the founding vice chairman of the International Biochar Initiative, said: “His research has provided strong evidence that biochar helps mitigate climate change.”
The results showed that biochar helps build organic carbon in the soil up to 20% (3.8% on average) and can reduce the emission of nitrogen oxide from the soil by 12–50%, which increases the benefits of reducing climate change with biochar.