Super Stone Clean/Iwamoto Mineral Biochar in Japan Disaster Affected Areas

1.Disaster affected area Iwamoto Mineral Biochar rice growing project.

A co-operative project between Iwamoto Corp (the developers of the Super Stone Clean series and Iwamoto Mineral Biochar) and local volunteers in Kessennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan has successfully grown a bumper harvest of rice in fields previously rendered unusable due to salt damage by the 2011 tsunami. Further proof of the effectiveness of Iwamoto Mineral Biochar for agricultural applications.

Project members inspect the previously barren rice paddy now bursting with harvest.

Looking at the rice fieldRice growing

2. Kessennuma City tomato project continues.

Meanwhile our tomato growing project produced a delicious crop that exceeded expectations.


3. Dojo loach growing.


The dojo loach, or weather loach, is a common food fish in Asia usually growing to 12~15 cm in our region of Japan. However, grown with Iwamoto Mineral Biochar supplemented feed we’ve managed to grow them up to 20 cm.

4. Fish processing company tsunami waste processing project

The project where our client is utilizing Super Stone Clean Z to process tsunami waste continues solidly. Disaster debris that had been left untouched since the March 2011 disaster is now being reduced to 1/100~1/3000 of it’s original volume and the remaining ashes easily disposed of.

Super Stone Clean Z processes tsunami debris.

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Super Stone Clean/Iwamoto Mineral Biochar in Japan Disaster Affected Areas — 1 Comment

  1. This is very interesting. What process is used to remove the salt from the soil to restore it for rice production?