Vast lowland swamps and forests covered the earth 358.9 million years ago, which produced the large coal deposits for which the Carboniferous ("carbon-bearing") is known.
"Neo" is an academic word (ancient greek) that means "New".
We can put huge amounts of carbon back in the ground and reduce CO2 emissions, by making Biochar from biomass that would otherwise decay quickly. By redirecting a small portion of nature's gigantic CO2 emissions,
we can restore balance to the climate.
Farmers, Gardeners and Water
Farmers motivation for using BioChar is improved crop yields, reduced water and fertilizer costs, and improved climate resilience.