High Plains Biochar & Biochar Research
Biochar has many uses and benefits and we are still discovering new ones from utilizing Biochar through various research efforts around the world.
High Plains Biochar is proud to be a part of numerous official studies researching and documenting some of the many benefits and uses of biochar.
High Plains Biochar has been a part of these studies starting back in 2017. We are currently participating in new studies involving biochar and PFAS remediation and also testing various wood biochar with Virginia Tech University and have plans to participate in upcoming studies.
Current 2022 projects include;
Biochar use in PFAS remediation in North Carolina (private company).
Various wood biochar testing including eucalyptus, citrus, and pine at Virginia Tech University.
Future projects include;
Biochar use in cover crops.
Biochar lick tubs
Check out some of our published biochar research below, including:
Biochar in Feed & Reducing Methane Emissions in Livestock
Biochar use in Dryland Pastures with the University of Wyoming.
Using Biochar in the High Plains to reduce carbon emissions through both soil amendment and cattle feed.
Using Pyrolyzed Biochar and Coal as a Soil Amendment in Dryland Pastures can have a beneficial impact on the carbon emissions in numerous ways, from it's creation to it's use in soil and livestock feed. Read More about it in this article from AAAS by clicking HERE.
Biochar and Capturing Mercury
A study done in conjunction with the Nebraska Forest Service and University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center.
Final report details the test results which show that Biochar is 90% as effective as activated carbon for capturing mercury when used in a coal-fired power plant setting.
Read more details HERE.
Use of Pyrolized Coal and Biochar as a Soil Ammendment
Using Biochar in the High Plains as a Soil Amendment.
Study on a Sagebrush field in Lingle, Wyoming.
After a burn in 2017 and applying the biochar mixed with manure in 2018, this 5 year study will follow the benefits and progress of this field and determine if these types of additives can improve poor quality soil areas. Scroll down to read more details.