Terra Preta de Indio
Biochar Soil Management
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Biochar - Research by other colleagues
The number of research teams that are conducting biochar experiments has sky-rocketed since 2006. At the World Congress of Soil Science in Philadelphia in 2006, the International Agrichar Initiative was founded as a response to the need expressed by the delegates to organize a concerted effort for the promotion of biochar research and development. After the First International Conference of the IAI held in Australia in 2007, this initiative was renamed to International Biochar Initiative and now serves as a platform for all scientists, engineers, policy groups, industry and NGOs world wide. Since 2008, the IBI is a registered non-profit organization. Please visit the IBI website for information about other groups that are active in biochar research under http://www.biochar-international.org.