One note: making both wood gas and charcoal can result in significant carbon monoxide production ... a potentially serious health issue if one stands in the wrong place too long.
Thanks, I'll definitely keep this in mind, but right now we're in the middle of the rainy season here and I couldn't do that. Also, it seems to make a lot of smoke.
Jack Shawburn wrote:Please soak your charcoal before crushing it if it's to be put into the soil as biochar.
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