Biogize-Char is a wood based biochar, produced by heating wood with little to no oxygen.
Unlike most charcoal however, biochar is made to be applied to soil as a means of increasing soil fertility
and agricultural yields. Scientists believe that biochar was first used thousands of years ago in the Amazon Basin,
where highly fertile soil known as Terra Preta was discovered. Biochar is thought to be a key component
in a carbon-negative strategy to help resolve several critical ecological challenges.
Biogize-Char has more “Plant Loving Goodies”
. . . Biogize-SD Soil Detox An activated charcoal powder added to adsorb contaminations
and toxins such as pesticides and other harmful chemicals.
. . . Azomite Powder Mined from an ancient mineral deposit in the state of Utah
and contains a broad spectrum of over 70 minerals and trace elements.
. . . Zeolite Powder Widely used as a soil amendment for its ability to increase
water retention in the soil. Zeolite also adsorbs certain contaminates and heavy metals.
. . . Earthworm Castings Containing water-soluble nutrients, worm castings are
an excellent organic fertilizer and soil conditioner. Rich in microbial life,
they convert nutrients already present in the soil.
. . . Mycorrhizal Inoculants Mycorrhizae is a fast-growing, beneficial fungi
that connects many of the beneficial microbes in the soil to host plants,
increasing the supply of nutrients.
. . . Organic Molasses The greatest benefit of using molasses is that it cultivates
healthy bacteria in the soil. The bacteria will help break down nutrients into the soil, which your plant will then absorb.