Are you a farmer looking to increase your crop quantity and quality? Or maybe you’re a gardener, looking to improve the health of your plants. Whichever group you fall into, biochar doesn’t discriminate.
It demonstrates an incredible ability to improve soil fertility thanks to its nutrient-holding capacity. Additionally, it also increases the soil’s ability to hold onto water, which comes in handy when there’s a water shortage (think limited rainfall, etc)
You can never go wrong with biochar.
How To Use Biochar
To use biochar effectively, you’ll need to make a 1:1 ratio mixture of biochar and manure. The mixture can then be mixed into the soil using your hands. *how?
1kg – 20 KES.