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"Biochar enhances plant growth and is ideal for short-season gardens. In my experimental garden bed, biochar added an extra two weeks to my harvest schedule. For many of us who grow in challenging regions, that can be more than 10 percent of our growing season. For gardeners in warmer climates and more gardener-friendly regions, two weeks of extra harvest time may not seem like much, but for me it's substantial."
Scott Wilson
Master Gardener, Galileo Gardens Project



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Great Resources:
Biochar could clear the air in more ways than one by Mike Williams, rice.edu
Rice study suggests health, economic benefits of capturing agricultural nitric oxide Biochar from recycled waste may both enhance crop growth and save health costs by helping clear the air of pollutants, according to Rice University researchers.

How Bio-char works in the garden, GardenerScott
Biochar enhances plant growth and is ideal for short-season gardens. In my experimental garden bed, biochar added an extra two weeks to my harvest schedule. For many of us who grow in challenging regions, that can be more than 10 percent of our growing season.

Using Bio-char in the garden, GardenerScott
Biochar is a great amendment for any garden soil. I wrote about the wonder product a month ago (May 9, 2012, "What is Biochar?"), and have incorporated it in a few of my garden beds for testing. Biochar research is in its infancy so information on how to use it in gardens is still being developed by researchers and gardeners like me. While I encourage you to add biochar to your garden soil based on present data, be aware that my methods are one option developed only by me; there are other options and other undiscovered processes for using it.