gani et se wrote:Just wanted to correct that unless it says it is inoculated or charged, it isn't.
Since you (thankfully!) don't mention complicating considerations like soil type, regional climate, plants involved, biochar source, limits on biochar availability, reliance on compost and cover crops, supplemental irrigation/grey water system if any, we can keep this pretty simple. Common advise for a first time application is to apply 5-10% by volume worked into the soil on 5" soil depth basis prior to planting.
Paul Carson wrote:... looking to start a few new garden beds in the spring, and want to incorporate biochar into them as an experiment. I've been doing research, but I'd like to hear your firsthand accounts. What would you recommend as a good ratio of char to soil? Did you inoculate it first, or use it as is? And finally.. what were your results? Thanks for the wisdom.
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