Biochar’s value could rise to $200 per ton, reduce phosphorous runoff

Robert C. Brown and Santanu Bakshi, left to right, are part of a team looking for ways to make biochar more useful and valuable. Photo: Iowa State / Christopher Gannon.

Biochar’s ability to store carbon in a small package may…

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