■ Characteristics of Biochar
Biochar produces many fine holes in the process of carbonization. Its surface area is more than 661㎡ per gram of Biochar, and because it is in the shape of rice hull itself, it has better ventilation and bending strength than any kind of charcoal. Provides optimal habitat environment such as effective microorganisms, and gives the soil vitality to promote root development and plant growth.
■ Effect of Biochar
- Improves water permeability, water retention, and bobbility of soil.
- It is possible to grow well by promoting plant rooting.
- Increased intelligence increases yield.
- It prevents the oxidation of the soil and prevents the interference of the drawing.
- Helps to absorb sunlight to increase temperature and prevent East Sea.
- It promotes the stability of crops and improves the quality.
■ Function of Biochar
- Purification and purification functions.
- Compared to general charcoal (hard), it is soft (fibrous), and its structure is dense, so it has many pores and selectively absorb harmful substances.
- Humidity control function. [Water storage capacity]
- It collects the moisture that the plant can grow, and emits when the plant needs it. [Ability to water up to 680% of oneself]
(1) Adsorption function
As the cell walls of the rice hull are burned, numerous fine holes are formed, and these holes exhibit strong adsorption power to fill their empty space, which selectively absorbs harmful viruses and toxins.
(2) a large amount of oxygen
Because it contains oxygen up to 30% of its volume, microorganisms in the ground are actively active. When the plant carries out carbon assimilation, it supplies oxygen to the roots smoothly.
(3) Far infrared rays and anion emission
It emits far infrared rays and emits an anion of temperature of 7 ° C, which is sprayed with 200g of fiber charcoal per square meter, to prevent the oxidation of plants and maintain fresh condition.
(4) Various minerals
Fibrous Biochar contains various minerals (230 types) without harmful components and plays a role of supplying various trace elements required for plant growth.