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Biochar
 
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Biochar https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biochar , Monday 9 May 2016 Haildownsnetworkingindustry.com the carbon specialists Welcome to HDNI Char a sub division on charcoal application services, which is turning baron land , Arid landscapes into carbon restored fertile land which is fertile black gold, This is called HDNI Char this is innoculated and activated with 1000 plus year old humus and beneficial bacteria and fungi bio-char . Yes it transforms even the most inactive dirt into healthy soils. This product is used in agricultural services and land . The carbon rich source innoculates soil biota creating a live home. Even though this service is 1% of Hail Downs Networking Industry this important area helps with giving you information that will help you understand the importance of carbon in soil. As you will see carbon sources are in multiple areas but this is the richest of them all. But applying just charcoal to land doesnt work. I say this because you need life in the char so that it does not do the opposite. If incorrectly done can create a problem on agricultural lands. We have researched studied and spent endless research and dollars into providing you with the very best in Bio Char in 2016. This Black Gold Char is simply #biochar the top of the line in the bio industry professional products . It builds a living ecosystem and has the foundations of any soil requirements. We all live in homes right ? So why not create a home for soil living organisms? This will shelter and will last thousands of years if built correctly. HDNI create a carbon rich bio char black organic gold. Which has been produced for large scale land applications and land projects. To get the best results on carbon farming you need carbon foundations. Then you need a network which networks carbon farming to services & professionals who live and breath live into sub soils. This network will turn nothing into something, if you have the land we have the experts and science knowledge behind HDNI CHAR Products and professional services. Charcoal meaning https://youtu.be/ycRWzYiH-uE Welcome to our new friends on the network that supports you in the quest to build carbon rich soils. ............................................................................................................ Welcome to Hail Downs Networking Industry Sales Email : [email protected] ............................................................................................................ Hail Downs Networking Industry Sales Mobile : 0474 029 597 Address : 2564 Darling Street, Drayton, 4350 . Queensland Toowoomba Australia & Servicing World Wide. .......................................................................................................... Website Links & Channels : Subscribe to this Channel that supports earth very being Share with your friends to help us help the world Click the like button below Add this to your favorites videos Leave us a comment Follow the links below in the description box Hail Downs Networking Industry V log Google Sites : https://sites.google.com/a/haildownsnetworkingindustry.com/hail-downs-networking-industry/ Google Maps http://maps.google.com/?cid=15244750781068687871&hl=en&gl=au Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+HailDownsNetworkingIndustryAustralia YouTube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/HailDownsNetworkingIndustryAustralia Truelocal : http://www.truelocal.com.au/business/hail-downs-networking-industry/drayton Yelp : http://m.yelp.com.au/biz/hail-downs-networking-industry-drayton Yellowpages : http://www.yellowpages.com.au/qld/toowoomba/hail-downs-networking-industry-1000001662543-listing/ ..................................................................................................... Social Networking Industry : Follow us on Instagram @ https://www.instagram.com/haildownsnetworkingindustry/ Facebook Page : https://m.facebook.com/haildownsnetworkingindustry.com.au Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/hail-downs-networking-industry-295287119 ............................................................................................................. Business Phone Hours : 24 hours a day 7 days a week... .............................................................................................................. Business Operating Hours : Monday : 04:30 am - 20:30 pm Tuesday : 04:30 am - 20:30 pm Wednesday : 04:30 am - 20:30 pm Thursday : 04:30 am - 20:30 pm Friday : 04:30 am - 20:30 pm Saturday : 04:30 am - 20:30 pm Sunday : 04:30 am - 20:30 pm --------------------------------------------------------- 4:30 AM till 8:30 PM - 7 Days a week #charcoalapplications and #biochar #carbon and biochar industry
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Soil biology for crop and soil health.
 
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Dr. Nikki Seymour covers an introduction to soil biology and why it is important for crop and soil health. Specific reference to impacts of agricultural practices on soil biological components and how this might relate to crop productivity are covered.
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Soil Organic Carbon – the treasure beneath our feet
 
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http://www.fao.org/soils-portal/en/ An animated illustration of soil organic carbon and its importance for climate action, food production and sustainable development Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
Soil Organic Matter and Nutrition
 
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9/06/14-Not all soil additives are created equal. Organic materials differ significantly in their nutrient content as well as the ratio of carbon to nitrogen. In this segment, Dr. Jason Warren joins host Kim Toscano to discuss why these characteristics are very important as they impact the amount of nutrients available in soils for plant use.
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Rattan Lal, PhD Presenting at Nobel Conference 54
 
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Dr. Rattan Lal, Professor of Soil Sciences, Ohio State University and member of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Lal’s research has shown how soil tillage practices can help reduce atmospheric CO2 concentration. Here, he will consider the roles soil plays in the global flow of carbon.
Humus Contractors
 
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Humus Contractors Humus Meaning : The organic component of soils decomposition by micro organisms and helps replenish & restore water management practices. Meaning to farmers : Makes ones living by producing products to be sold by growing crops and animals. Who are inturn i believe a geo-engineer on small to large scale. So if you believe all you require is a network to guide you in the correct manor then you have found the industry in which cares for your land before even stepping onto it. Welcome to Hail Downs Networking Industry the only all in one service. What HDNI do today will last your life time and your childrens children life time. Infact what we do will be active in your soils for 1000 plus years, the biggest discovery for man kind. This is only through the networking industry scientists and networks specialists that has been established for land owners. An aid the earths crust in the push for global warming reductions. Our network is bioneers on remediation and mycology which the team likes to think we all skip and whistle over the lands soil, throughout Australia. Creating minimum foot print but having a massive impact. 1% of humus per hectare holds 170 thousand ltrs of moisture which is its holding capacity and this is how deserts are turned into downs. ABOVE is a wiki link on humus for more info : So increasing humus increases crop cover will aid in decreasing evaporation and yet increase wind breaks and shades terra ferma which inturn increases soil biota and the soils holding capacity in conjunction with swales we have in the past increased moisture and can harvest 5 million plus ltrs of moisture to be distributed across vast rural land scapes. Returning moisture to the location it belongs. Carbon to nitrigen in humus. This is a over all guide and differs from soil and environment to location. But you get the basics in which humus is as a whole. Becareful as results from our labs indicate that other industries do try to make pure humus in granulated form test show on occasion this item has been hardly any carbon infact as low as compost 4 to 1 . Which is not humus. Humus Popular Videos - Humus & Food: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEc7Dae1duzUFwRa3qko_rE5zYev025Lg * Pure humus is 13 % carbon to 1% nitrogen * Soil Humus is on average 10 % carbon to 1% nitrogen See after the heat up process of most good quality compost this would be a 6 % carbon to 1 % nitrogen so no humus is not compost but does develope over approximately 1.6 years if correctly done. Which our network supplies only the very best high quality products. Here i will explain the basis of any geo-engineering farmers rule of thumb. On the field regular season to season practices suggest . This is a slow very slow way of redevelopment but works for the small farmer. 2 Parts DICOT'S ( BROWN ) leaves = Carbon component To 1 Part MONO COT'S = ( GREEN ) grasses = Nitrogen This is the basis of on land Carbon to / Nitrogen % which if done over 4 seasons correctly will turn any land around but slowly our services have specialists in every field to cover everything and redevelope 20 plus inches of soil. Where as this process is only on the soil surface and not at the roots of the problem. Cow Manure can save the world earths crust because if managed like our systems have would reduce the problems of infertile soils. How ? You may ask .here is more info , Cow Manure - is part carbon and nitrigen Cow Pee - in pure nitrigen, see if you add nitrogen and no carbon you burn up the carbon source. Left with 100 % nitrigen meaning you are 2 parts of 100% behind in carbon. An this is how HDNI are leading the way in land care. For a healthy soil you need other imputs like calsium see if your dams are full of fish your land will have calsium which helps P + K to travel throughout the soil and unlocks this vital source but this also is just 1% of any land improvement. Adding fish to dams improves minerals in the water which cows drink. Then inturn apply to the field, so add fresh water seaweeds to dams and fish this would be a good starting point. Create yourself a fish farm for heavy calsium applications requirments and this also improves in other ways also this is a long term self sustainable farming practice. Our network also innoculates bio - char with beneficial bacteria and fungi which also play a major role in soils health and your wealth. So follow me on our quest to redevelop the worlds earth subscribe and share this video and below is more links to our network. Our network also creates Humic Acid https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humic_acid https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humus ...................................................................................... Sales Email : [email protected] Hail Downs Networking Industry Sales Mobile : 0474 029 597 Address : 2564 Darling Street, Drayton, 4350 . Queensland Toowoomba Business Hours 04:30 am till 20:30 pm 7 days Humus science
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What is BIOTIC MATERIAL? What does BIOTIC MATERIAL mean? BIOTIC MATERIAL meaning & explanation
 
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What is BIOTIC MATERIAL? What does BIOTIC MATERIAL mean? BIOTIC MATERIAL meaning - BIOTIC MATERIAL definition - BIOTIC MATERIAL explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Biotic material or biological derived material is any material that originates from living organisms. Most such materials contain carbon and are capable of decay. The earliest life on Earth arose at least 3.5 billion years ago. Earlier physical evidences of life include graphite, a biogenic substance, in 3.7 billion-year-old metasedimentary rocks discovered in southwestern Greenland, as well as, "remains of biotic life" found in 4.1 billion-year-old rocks in Western Australia. Earth's biodiversity has expanded continually except when interrupted by mass extinctions. Although scholars estimate that over 99 percent of all species of life (over five billion) that ever lived on Earth are extinct, there are still an estimated 10–14 million extant species, of which about 1.2 million have been documented and over 86% have not yet been described. Examples of biotic materials are wood, linoleum, straw, humus, manure, bark, crude oil, cotton, spider silk, chitin, fibrin, and bone. The use of biotic materials, and processed biotic materials (bio-based material) as alternative natural materials, over synthetics is popular with those who are environmentally conscious because such materials are usually biodegradable, renewable, and the processing is commonly understood and has minimal environmental impact. However, not all biotic materials are used in an environmentally friendly way, such as those that require high levels of processing, are harvested unsustainably, or are used to produce carbon emissions. When the source of the recently living material has little importance to the product produced, such as in the production of biofuels, biotic material is simply called biomass. Many fuel sources may have biological sources, and may be divided roughly into fossil fuels, and biofuel. In soil science, biotic material is often referred to as organic matter. Biotic materials in soil include glomalin, Dopplerite and humic acid. Some biotic material may not be considered to be organic matter if it is low in organic compounds, such as a clam's shell, which is an essential component of the living organism, but contains little organic carbon.
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Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Biota
 
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Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Biota
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Soil 3: Trees...from the Soil up
 
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After his explanation on healthy soil and humus creation, Michael Melendrez now goes through the steps of planting trees. Of course he has a whole arboretum to illustrate his point
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62 #worldorganicnews 2017 05 01
 
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LINKS What I said at the NOSB meeting last week http://wp.me/p5Cqpo-eU7 UNFI Foundation http://www.unfifoundation.org/Pages/MissionandPriorities.aspx Soil carbon 'a saviour' in locking up carbon http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/scienceshow/soil-carbon-%E2%80%98a-saviour%E2%80%99-in-locking-up-carbon/8460928#transcript Strezelechi **** This is the World Organic News for the week ending 1st of May 2017. Jon Moore reporting! I’d like to start this week with a big thank you to dsearlybird12’s comment on Podbean: “interesting and pertinent”! Thank you! Now to the blog: Organic Matters by Melody Meyer and a series of posts on the National Organic Standards Board. Melody spoke on behalf of United Natural Foods. She spoke about the need for market driven solutions within the organic food sector. Quote: It’s the dollars and cents, the economic growth that organic represents for producers, manufacturers and retailers. For consumers, it’s the option to have an informed choice through the USDA label. Expanding and preserving that choice helps consumers avoid persistent pesticide exposure. It helps correct the environmental degradation of non-organic production methods. End Quote. I found this thought provoking. The “market” in inverted comments is a social construct. Defined by the governments of the world, the rules for markets are decided, not so much by Adam Smith’s unseen hand, but by that unseen hand operating within the rules decided in unseen smoke filled back rooms. So with a little tweaking and whole lot of subsidy redistribution, the market could be made to work for rather than against the organic movement. The way the system is set up now, farmers who do not use poisons have to spend thousands to prove this is the case. Those farmers who regularly douse their crops in poisons, pesticides, herbicides and artificial fertilisers are free to sell whatever they want based on the 50% death rules. 50% death rules? I hear you ask. Yes. A poison is determined safe for human consumption on the following basic idea. Lab rats are fed a poison. The length of time it takes to kill half of them is the key to human food safety. Once the 50% death rate is reached, a conclusion is reached and the remaining 50% of surviving rats are euthanized. There are, therefore no data on long term effects of these poisons only their immediate acute effects. Sounds like a system designed for chemical manufacturers rather than human food consumers. Changing these rules of the market would immediately increase the safety of foods and give the organic sector a huge boost. I would suggest as individuals the way to overcome this bias and the many others embedded in the non-judgemental, values free, “market” which determines the best price for both consumers and suppliers, is to avoid anything, and I mean anything which does not have a certified organic label. Now there may be perfectly safe insecticides out there but we have no way of knowing giving the testing regime currently in place. Who knows how safe the cockroach and spider sprays are that are used on homes, well used on all buildings really. We are after all inhabiting these structures, not ingesting them until half of us drop dead! Now to the other end of the food system, the soil! This from an interview with Robin Batterham, a former federal chief scientist in Australia. Robin was a guest on the long running Radio National program the Science Show. The title for this interview gives us a clue: Soil carbon 'a saviour' in locking up carbon. Now the science around soil carbon is messy. The soil is, after all, a living thing. Quote: It is not fully understood, far from it, although with genetic typing these days we can understand much more of the thousands of interactions that go on. That's one whole side which is how do you encourage more of the bacteria and the fungi so that you get actually more carbon in the soil, you get greater root penetration, you get greater water retention and so on. End Quote. Robin’s argument is that we have sufficient knowledge, if not the ability to accurately measure soil carbon to starting the process of moving agriculture from artificial fertilisers and poisons to regenerative agriculture. Noting the following ways soil carbon is lost: Quote: We lose it essentially by two methods. One, we clear native vegetation and turn it into intensive agriculture. That almost inevitably results in loss of carbon from the soil. That's one. The other is that by extensive use of tilling, which changes the oxidative state of the soil and changes the balance between fungi which tends to not want it to be too oxidative and bacteria, by use of pesticides which similarly affect the biota, by use of extensive fertiliser application in a form which is not readily absorbed by plants, we just slowly, surely grind carbon...
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Climate change and agriculture
 
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Climate change and agriculture are interrelated processes, both of which take place on a global scale. Climate change affects agriculture in a number of ways, including through changes in average temperatures, rainfall, and climate extremes; changes in pests and diseases; changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide and ground-level ozone concentrations; changes in the nutritional quality of some foods; and changes in sea level. Climate change is already affecting agriculture, with effects unevenly distributed across the world. Future climate change will likely negatively affect crop production in low latitude countries, while effects in northern latitudes may be positive or negative. Climate change will probably increase the risk of food insecurity for some vulnerable groups, such as the poor. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Why Try Using Wood Vinegar | Wood Vinegar Trials | Benefits Of Wood Vinegar |  New Life Wood Vinegar
 
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Order Wood Vinegar: New Life Wood Vinegar United States www.woodvinegarusa.com 1 (888) 242 1267 Why Try using Wood Vinegar Why use Wood Vinegar? - High density liquid – “freight costs vs coverage” that fits into existing supply chain infrastructure - Value adds to a growing char manufacturing industry - A possible sustainable supply source - Extensive use throughout Asia for many decades must have merits - High potential to reduce dependency on limited expensive ag chemicals - Potential to largely and cheaply increase seed germination strike rate Wood Vinegar Complements Agricultural Chemicals With respect to diseases of stems and leaves, many researchers claim that wood vinegar both has a direct germicidal effect, and an indirect, prophylactic effect through changing the biota on the leaf surface. When leaves are temporarily acidified, it prevents the increase of germs. However, the most conspicuous benefit of spraying wood vinegar on leaves is the vinegar’s ability to strengthen plants’ natural resistances to diseases and to increase the permeability of agricultural chemicals. Many researchers point out that leaves on which wood vinegar is sprayed turn glossier and greener. They postulate that this is because certain kinds of esters in wood vinegar increase the levels of chlorophyll and stimulate photosynthesis. It is also presumed that they assist in the synthesis of sugars and amino acids. As a result, in addition to increasing leaf vitality and thus resistance to disease, wood vinegar can also actually improve the taste of agricultural produce. In addition, wood vinegar increases the permeability of agricultural chemicals into leaves. Such chemical usually dissolve most easily in acids with pH value of 4 to 5. Therefore, when they are sprayed together with wood vinegar, they become more effective. In this way, the quantity of agricultural chemicals used, and the frequency with which they are used, can often be reduced by half. However, alkaline agricultural chemicals cannot be mixed With wood vinegar because they react negatively with the acids in the vinegar. Order Wood Vinegar! Increased Sugar Levels and Growth Stimulation Another major benefit of wood vinegar is that it appears to assist the enzymes and microbes which facilitate plant cell growth and other useful reactions. While this mechanism is unclear scientifically, many researchers claim that spraying wood vinegar makes plants take root more firmly, helps leaves grow larger and fuller, counteracts excessive nitrogen, stimulated the metabolism of plants and raises sugar levels. It is assumed that plants are favorably affected by trace elements in the wood vinegar, or other substances produced when wood vinegar is decomposed through the photosynthetic process. Spraying wood vinegar diluted 500 to 1000 times an improve the taste of fruits that are not very sweet due to weak photosynthesis resulting from a lack of sun or poor soil. This effect is assumed to be due to wood vinegar’s role as a coenzyme. It is also thought to be related to the presence of esters in wood vinegar. Valerianic acid ethyl, for example, benefits the growth of radish and of Chinese cabbage. Such esters in wood vinegar as methyl acetate andmethyl formate also have a strong growth acceleration effect on plants. Wood Vinegar helps Fertilizer Just as wood vinegar increases the effectiveness of pesticides and herbicides, it also increases the effectiveness of fertilizer. This is due to the fact that wood vinegar complements both the fertilizer and the existing soil nutrients. For example, it has been recorded in applications of wood vinegar in the growing of tea that it increases by three times the level of useable phosphoric acid. The roots of plants secrete organic acids which dissolve and absorb phosphoric acid in the soil, and it is thought that organic acids in wood vinegar have the same effect.
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869-2 Be Organic Vegan to Save the Planet, Multi-subtitles
 
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★EdenRules/伊甸園/Vườn Địa Đàng : http://edenrules.com ★Subscribe/訂閱/Đăng Ký : http://edenrules.com/index.php?route=newsletter/mynewsletter On May 9th, 2009, Supreme Master Ching Hai was invited to attend the videoconference on global warming entitled “Be Organic Vegan to Save the World.” During the conference, the Supreme Master pointed out that the oceans play a major role in regulating the global climate. However, fishing has severely disturbed the complex ecosystems of the world’s oceans. Since global warming spares no one, each person is responsible to do their best in awakening noble qualities in themselves; that is to adopt an organic vegan diet, which not only benefits our health so that we can keep diseases away but also helps strike a balance between agriculture and the environment. The Supreme Master said, “If we wish to live healthily and happily ourselves, we should let others live likewise. This is the best guideline.” ★★★★★★★ 二○○九年五月九日,清海無上師受邀參加非洲多哥洛美所舉辦的《有機純素能拯救地球》全球暖化研討會。會中無上師提醒大眾,海洋扮演調節全球氣候的主要角色,捕魚已嚴重擾亂全球海洋的複雜生態系統。全球暖化無人能倖免,因此人人都有責任喚醒自己的高貴品質,採行有機純素。有機純素不但能使身體健康、遠離疾病,更有助於使農業和環境兩者取得平衡。師父說:「若我們希望自己生活健康、快樂,應該讓他人也如此。這是最好的指導方針!」 http://edenrules.com/index.php?route=product/product&filter_name=869&product_id=589

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