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VIDEO: Biochar from the Lebanon Gasification Plant, a byproduct diverted from the landfill, could soon enhance Tennessee farmland and row crops

VIDEO: Biochar from the Lebanon Gasification Plant, a byproduct diverted from the landfill, could soon enhance Tennessee farmland and row crops

Source

University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, Knoxville, Charles Denney

Publication Date

May 1, 2018

UT agriculture scientists and researchers hope by spreading the nutrients found in biochar, sandy soil can once again grow green crops.

A Tennessee city is reducing waste going into local landfills, and in the process, creating an agricultural product. For more information, read the full Case Study.

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