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If I biochar black walnut is the jug lone neutralized?

 
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We love black walnut. We had to cut some down. If we make biochar from it,does it neutralize the juglone? Thank You
 
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Yes. All that is left after pyrolysis is carbon and minerals. Biochar is a great way to deal with this and get a high value resource.
 
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