Damian Sebastian

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As I understand it, the main difference is the rate at one or the other will decompose. Here in Florida, with this hot, humid climate and sandy soils, adding organic, non-charred biomass could be a never ending endeavor. As many have explained, the organic mater decays at an alarming rate, leaving you with just sand even before the season is over. Biochar can help you to sequester those nutrients than otherwise would be washed away.
6 years ago
Thanks Dave!! I'll explore the links you suggested and let you know what I find (or my new questions... :/ ) Thanks again!
6 years ago
Hi! New here! I've been looking for a way to improve my sandy...extremely sandy soil in my recently acquired land. Most of the articles I've read ask for adding manure, compost,. clay...blah blah... Thing is, I didn't need anyone to tell me that...pretty obvious. So I thought about growing my own Organic mater on site, aka green manure/cover crop. The thing is I couldn't find any specific article about my area. Any thoughts? Thanks!
6 years ago