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Quick, easy, drying box for biochar materials

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I just put together a new drying box for biochar material last night.  Everything was free except some fence staples for holding the chicken wire, and some deck screws to hold the pallets together.  Pallets, blocks of wood, chicken wire, and biochar material all free.  The box has chicken wire on all sides and the bottom for air flow.

Blocks I get for free
Blocks I get for free
Free lumber
Free lumber
Stacked free cut offs for biochar
Stacked free cut offs for biochar
Partial truck load of material
Partial truck load of material
New box
New box
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