We are a family-owned company located in Fayetteville, Tennessee, that produces biochar from post-production wood. Our biochar is responsibly made from American White Oak, which is very dense and an exceptional choice for making biochar. The main benefit of biochar production is that it removes carbon (CO2) in the atmosphere and transforms it into a solid material. Biochar is not carbon neutral; it is carbon negative! Biochar reduces CO2 in the air and a negative impact on our climate. We continue to find innovative ways to repurpose wood, and our latest endeavor involves the production of biochar as a soil enhancer, odor reducer, and feedstock additive.
Biochar is nature’s way of rejuvenating the soil to promote the healthy growth of plants and trees by adding char (charcoal) into gardens, lawnscapes, and potted plants. Biochar stores microorganisms, fungi, nutrients, and water and feeds the nutrients and water to plants roots. Biochar is also an excellent odor absorber and feed additive for livestock. Apply biochar to animal bedding and feedstock to promote healthy digestion and growth, while reducing the odor of their manure.
Reducing the Effects of Climate Change and Water Pollution
The production of biochar removes carbon (CO2) in the atmosphere and transforms it into a carbon solid material that is beneficial to the soil. Biochar is not carbon neutral; it is carbon negative! Biochar reduces CO2 in the air and a negative impact on our climate.
Secondly, biochar holds in the nutrients that would otherwise be washed away by rain. Most importantly, there is no need for adding chemical fertilizers annually to the soil, which are then washed away and end up polluting our rivers, lakes, and streams.