Improve your Garden using enriched biochar
Have you ever wanted to revamp your garden and make it more sustainable, while sequestering carbon at the same time? Well, now you can! Gardening is not only a great way to connect with nature, but it can also help the planet in more ways than one. If you’re looking for an even more sustainable and eco-friendly gardening option, Carbon Gold biochar may be the answer. Read on to learn about how this natural product can help your garden and the environment at the same time
Carbon Gold biochar is an organic matter similar to charcoal (which is also known as terra preta or soil carbon) and is contained in all of our organic soil amendment or soil additive products, which also includes natural biology, nutrients, beneficial bacteria as it perfect or helping with drought tolerance, soil health, being able to revilatize poor sandy soil or even poor soil with large quantities of clay. also helps combat climate change in the process, though carbon sequestration, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, carbon dioxide, Ready to learn how? Let’s dive into enriched biochar and how it can help both your garden and the planet
What is enriched biochar?
Biochar is not just charcoal, biochar is a stable form of charcoal created from organic materials that have been heated in a low-oxygen, high temperatures environment. It’s packed full of nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium that plants need to thrive. The material itself is highly porous and aids in water retention and nutrient cycling within the soil. This means it helps keep moisture in the soil longer, reducing the need for frequent watering. Additionally, it increases aeration of the soil allowing for better root growth and healthier plants overall. Plus, as an added bonus, enriched biochar does wonders to reduce nutrient runoff into waterways which helps keep our planet healthy too. Carbon Gold biochar is not just biochar – it also contains natural biology and beneficial bacteria to improve your garden without using nasty chemicals.
What are the benefits of using Carbon Gold
Using enriched biochar to revamp your garden has many benefits beyond its environmental impact; it can make all the difference when it comes to having lush green plants. For starters, thanks to its porous nature enriched biochar helps hold onto water for much longer periods of time compared to traditional soils making it perfect for those hot summer days when regular watering just won’t do the trick! Additionally, its ability to retain nutrients makes fertilizing less necessary while still giving your plants enough nourishment they need. Finally, because of its high porosity level biochar encourages microbial activity by providing them with an ideal environment where they can flourish – leading to overall healthier gardens! Remember that biochar is a one off application as it does not break down for centuries, it also contains natural beneficial biology which will replicate in your soil naturally
How to improve your garden naturally
Biochar use in your garden couldn’t be easier. All you have to do is mix it into your existing soil or compost before planting or sowing seeds – no extra work required! It’s important to note however that if you are mixing your own compost that you should wait until after you have added all other ingredients (such as manure) before adding in any enriched biochar so that its nutrients aren’t lost due to contact with other materials. Additionally, when using enriched biochar make sure not to over fertilise since too much can cause plant damage or even death – always follow package instructions carefully and read up on proper application methods before using this product
Revamping your garden in a sustainable way doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive; all you need is some Carbon Gold biochar! This natural product has numerous benefits such as helping reduce water usage while also promoting healthy root growth and aiding in nutrient retention – plus it’s great for the environment too! So don’t hesitate; give your garden a boost today with some organic enriched biochar!
So what does this actually mean – very simply – you won’t have to water as much, nor use fertilisers as the natural biology already in our products will do the work for you!
Can I use too much biochar in my soil?
There are a few things that you have to remember when you use biochar. Some plants do not like biochar amended soil as it has a soil pH of around 9 and is quite alkaline, so make sure that the plants grown in the area do not require ericaceous compost.
Can biochar be used instead of peat moss?
No, Biochar is not a replacement for compost. Carbon Gold do offer a compost range which is made of plant material, (All Purpose and Seed Compost) as well as being peat free it also contains our special biochar formulation. But if you want to use our enriched biochar range (Soil Improver, Tree Soil Improver and Lawn Improver) then you will need to mix it with either existing compost or soil. It is very simple to apply biochar. You can either pop a small amount of the Soil Improver into the into the seed drills and lightly mix. This is the quickest and easiest way to improve soil quality directly around the plant roots. and quickly revitalize poor soil. If you which to improve the soil properties by adding biochar in your garden soil then we would recommend around 10% by soil volume will be sufficient. It may seem quite an expensive to add biochar, however it is free from harmful chemicals and is a one off application. It enables the soil microbes to replicate naturally which in turn will improve plant health.
Its not just about what you can see on the soil surface its also about making a healthy soil, and what is hidden in the terra preta soils. There are major benefits in adding biochar to the soil residue. By adding biochar to your soil will not only help with increasing the beneficial soil microbes naturally, it will enhance your plant growth and will give you health soil for many years to come as well as improve drainage, oxygen supply to the plant roots, and generally improving soil fertility without the use of chemical fertiliser. Biochar amended soils are also a prime way of reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide, greenhouse gas, and nitrous oxide emissions as well.