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    Professor Nanthi Bolan / Staff Profile / The University of

    Biochar from Biomass and Waste: Fundamentals and Applications provides the fundamentals of biochar, such as its basic concepts, production technology and characterization methods, also including comprehensive examples for readers. This book includes information on state-of-art biochar application technologies in the fields of agriculture, energy and environmental sciences with step-by-step

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    world-biochar-headlines-09-2020Biochar Project|Biochar Australia

    In recent years, biochar composites have received considerable attention for environmental applications. This paper reviews the current state of research on Layered Double Hydroxides (LDHs) tailored biochar composites in terms of their synthesis methods, characteristics, and their use as adsorbents for the removal of various pollutants from water, highlighting and discussing the key

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    Quantitative Determination of PAHs in Biochar: A Prerequisite

    Biochar is increasingly promoted as a beneficial soil conditioner. However, it may contain residues of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as a result of its production by pyrolysis. To date, analytical methods to analyze PAHs in biochar quantitatively are hardly available. This study presents an optimized and validated procedure to quantify the 16 U.S. EPA PAHs in biochar. PAHs were best

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    Influence of rice-husk biochar and Bacillus pumilus strain

    Recently, biochar has been shown as a soil conditioner that can enhance fertilizer N uptake by rice, resulting increase productivity, and suppress leaching and improving plant N use [11–12]. For rice-based farming systems, rice-husk biochar is considered to be one of the most cost-effective biochars and has been used for a long time .

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    Biochar production and applications in agro and forestry

    In this review, biochar production technologies including slow pyrolysis, fast pyrolysis, gasification, and torrefaction were compared. The yield of biochar was found to decrease with faster heating rate or more oxygen available. The benefits of biochar application to agro and forestry systems were discussed. Improvements in soil health, plant

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    Biofuels Production from Biomass by Thermochemical Conversion

    In this regard, production of bio-oil and biochar from pyrolysis of animal waste or agricultural residue could be an interesting approach since application of biochar (as soil enhancer/conditioner) to the cropland has great potential [51, 52, 54, 56, 57]. Therefore, agricultural biomass has a good potential for the sustainable production of biofuels and valuable products via pyrolysis.

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    A systematic review of biochar as a soil amendment and

    A systematic review of biochar as a soil amendment and bioremediation tool in agricultural management. By: Zainab Zahid, Shazia Iram. Key Words: Biochar, Bioremediation, Soils, Adsorbant, Nano-composites. J. Bio. Env. Sci. 17(1), 130-143, July 2020. Certification: jbes 2020 0312 [Generate Certificate]

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    ‪Sachin Kumar‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

    Recent trends in biochar production methods and its application as a soil health conditioner: a review . JW Gabhane, VP Bhange, PD Patil, ST Bankar, S Kumar. SN Applied Sciences 2 (7), 1-21, 2020. 7: 2020: Evaluating the pathway for co-fermentation of glu

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    CSIRO PUBLISHING | Soil Research

    Biochar application to forest soil free from human disruption is a long-term carbon sink considering the stability of biochar carbon in soil (Ogawa et al. 2006). In the past 10 years, it has been recognised internationally that carbonisation in combination with agriculture is a meaningful counter measure against global warming ( Lehmann et al . 2006 ; Lehmann 2007 ; Lehmann and Joseph 2009 ).

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    Recent trends in biochar production methods and its

    Recent trends in biochar production methods and its application as a soil health conditioner: a review Jagdish W. Gabhane, Vivek P Bhange, Pravin D. Patil, Sneha T. Bankar, Sachin Kumar

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    Pioneering works in biochar research, Japan. - Free Online

    Biochar application to forest soil free from human disruption is a long-term carbon sink considering the stability of biochar carbon in soil (Ogawa et al. 2 006). In the past 10 years, it has been recognised internationally that carbonisation in combination with agriculture is a meaningful counter measure against global warming (Lehmann et al. 2006; Lehmann 2007; Lehmann and Joseph 2009

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    Toward the Standardization of Biochar Analysis: The COST

    Biochar produced by pyrolysis of organic residues is increasingly used for soil amendment and many other applications. However, analytical methods for its physical and chemical characterization are yet far from being specifically adapted, optimized, and standardized. Therefore, COST Action TD1107 conducted an interlaboratory comparison in which 22 laboratories from 12 countries analyzed three

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    Assessment of the potential to produce biochar by Magdy

    2.4 Biochar application to soils Biochar application to soils is considered in terms of application methods and application rates. 2.4.1 Application methods Biochar can be applied to soils

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    Practicality of Biochar Additions to Enhance Soil and Crop

    Along with improved soil health, increased crop yield is generally reported with application of biochar to soils. However, many of the published experiments are highly variable and dependent on many factors, mainly the initial soil properties and conditions and biochar characteristics. Positive crop and biomass yield was found for biochar produced from wood, paper pulp, wood chips and poultry

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    Review of the pyrolysis platform for coproducing bio‐oil and

    Soil application of biochar is a means of sequestering large amounts of C and may have other greenhouse gas benefits. Preliminary reports of the impact of soil biochar applications on crop yields indicate that biochar quality is very important. Biochar is an effective adsorbent for both nutrients and organic contaminants, hence the presence of biochar in soils has been shown to improve water

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    Biochar Potential in Improving Agricultural Production in

    This chapter underscores the biochar production process, its environmental usefulness, and the prediction of its potential impact on agricultural productivity in East African countries. Currently, pyrolysis technology is the most effective means of biochar production. Predominantly, biochar is useful in carbon sequestration, soil amendment, and as a solid fuel source. In-depth analysis of crop

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    (PDF) A review of biochar and its use and function in soil

    A Review of Biochar and Its Use and Function in Soil 67 The mechanisms of crop response are covered later and in the absence of long-term data (other than terra preta), development of predictive certainty for the longevity and durability of yield and other effects, particularly in relation to specific crop and soil types, is critical to guide selection of feedstock, production method, and

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    Influence of rice-husk biochar and Bacillus pumilus strain

    Biochar is widely used as a soil amendment to increase crop yields. However, the impact of the interaction between the biochar and microbial inoculants (e.g., biofertilizer) on plant nutrient uptake and yield in forage rice is not fully understood. A greenhouse study was conducted to evaluate the synergistic effects of rice-husk biochar and Bacillus pumilus strain TUAT-1 biofertilizer

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    Figure 2 from A Review of Non-Soil Biochar Applications

    Figure 2. Mechanism of heavy metal adsorption onto neat biochar surface, as illustrated by Li et al. [82]. - "A Review of Non-Soil Biochar Applications"

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    [PDF] A Review of Non-Soil Biochar Applications | Semantic

    Biochar has been used for many years as a soil amendment and in general soil applications. Nonetheless, biochar is far more than a mere soil amendment. In this review, we report all the non-soil applications of biochar including environmental remediation, energy storage, composites, and catalyst production. We provide a general overview of the recent uses of biochar in material science, thus

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    world-biochar-headlines-05-2021Biochar Project|Biochar Australia

    The threat of climate change's impact on soil fertility and agricultural food production with the potential of reducing crop yields in regions that are more vulnerable to its impacts (Chan and Xu 2009) calls for more integrated and sustainable soil fertility management interventions to enhance crop production. Biochar application as a soil

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    Plant Microbiome Engineering: Expected Benefits for Improved

    Plant-associated microbiomes can boost plant growth or control pathogens. Altering the microbiome by inoculation with a consortium of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) can enhance plant development and mitigate against pathogens as well as abiotic stresses. Manipulating the plant holobiont by microbiome engineering is an emerging biotechnological strategy to improve crop yields and

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    A critical review of resource recovery from municipal

    The production of biochar and its storage in soils is often suggested as a potential means to sequester atmospheric carbon. 152 Biochar is obtained from sludge pyrolysis, which is the process of thermally cracking organic matter via an external heat source and without the supply of air. 153 As well as carbon sequestration, biochar's potential addition to soils is associated with a wide range

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    WO2012170231A2 - Method for enhancing soil growth using bio

    A method is described for rendering char from a biomass fractionator apparatus (BMF char) suitable for addition to soil in high concentrations, the method relying on multiple processes comprising removing detrimental hydrocarbons from BMF char, removing adsorbed gases from BMF char, introducing microorganisms to the BMF char, and adjusting. soil pH.

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    Temporal evolution of biochar's impact on soil nitrogen

    Part 1: A review of the biochar roles in soil N, P and K cycles, Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture, 10.1186/s40538-020-00182-8, 7, 1, (2020). Crossref Jagdish W. Gabhane, Vivek P. Bhange, Pravin D. Patil, Sneha T. Bankar, Sachin Kumar, Recent trends in biochar production methods and its application as a soil health conditioner: a review, SN Applied Sciences, 10.1007/s42452

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    CSIRO PUBLISHING | Soil Research

    Recent trends in biochar production methods and its application as a soil health conditioner: a review . Gabhane Jagdish W., Bhange Vivek P., Patil Pravin D., Bankar Sneha T., Kumar Sachin SN Applied Sciences. 2020 2(7). Biochar and Manure Affect Calcareo

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    (PDF) Biochar: Its Impact on Soil and Environment | Ingudam

    Biochar: Its Impact on Soil and Environment. Download . Related Papers. 1-s2.0-S0925857415000129-main. By nagendra babu, RISHIKESH SINGH, and Dr. Rabindra Kumar. Agronomic and remedial benefits and risks of applying biochar to soil: Current knowledge and

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    A Review of Biochar and Its Use and Function in Soil

    The production of biochar under controlled conditions should be clean, but the means to control methods of production are unclear. Biochar in soil also visibly darkens soil color, especially in soils that are already low in organic matter, and a relationship between soil color and occurrence of low temperature wildfire has been demonstrated

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    Calaméo - Biochar applications to soil and carbon sequester

    Additionally, BC refers to C-rich residues from fire or heat (including from coal, gas or petrol). This report aims to review the state-of-the-art regarding the interactions between biochar application to soil and its effects on soil properties, processes and functioning. A number of recent publications have addressed parts of this objective as

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    Biochar and Its Broad Impacts in Soil Quality and Fertility

    Recent trends in biochar production methods and its application as a soil health conditioner: A review. SN Appl. Sci. 2020, 2, 1–21. [ Google Scholar ] [ CrossRef ]

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