The marvellous agricultural and environmental benefits of biochar are well documented and recognized by governments and scientific bodies world wide. It is also well understood that minerals are essential to proper human, plant and animal health and growth. Imagine the kind of super product a combination of these two would be.
Biomass such as rice and wheat husks, forest waste etc is processed with Super Stone Clean 530 to produce biochar which is then enhanced with life giving minerals from sources such as hot spring water, plants and fossil minerals.
|Improved soil quality||Life|
|Improved water quality||Health|
Iwamoto Mineral Biochar combines all the benefits of regular biochar and minerals in one superior product resulting in higher and healthier agricultural and aqua-cultural crop yields.
Production Process and Applications
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|Iwamoto Mineral Biochar|
|Gold fish with and without Iwamoto Mineral Biochar|
|Clams with and without Iwamoto Mineral Biochar|
|Strawberry plant roots without (left) and with (right) Iwamoto Mineral Biochar|
|Shrimp with and without Iwamoto Mineral Biochar|
|Above ground cultivation.
Iwamoto Mineral Biochar is extremely light, making land and space saving above ground cultivation very viable.
We are developing a project where we will have several tons of bamboo biomass waste every day. The area does not have power and we want to generate electricity from the waste so we can power equipment to process the bamboo into consumer products. We understand that if you heat biomass in the absence of oxygen that it will convert to a syngas and biochar. We have researched that Cummins in India manufacture Gensets that run on syngas. Can you send us information on your equipment with regards to generating electricity and producing biochar? Hoping to receive your kind response in due course. Sincerely. Richard Dansey
I am currently working on an ethanol project in the Fuxin City, Liaoning Province, China. We are using Sweet Sorghum as our base material and will have lots of scrap left over that I would like to use to make electrical power, biochar and whatever else we can dream up. Power in this area, roughly 30 miles from the border with Inner Mongolia, can be a little short at times. Roughly every few days a 2 to 3 hour outage. Need advice. Jim Johnson