Re: Some interesting Carbon Sequestration Chemistry


Paul S Anderson
 

Mike,

 

I think that you are saying      1.  Do pyrolysis with the rock dust pre-mixed     vs.   2   do pyrolysis separate and then put rock dust into the cold biochar        AND THEN 1 and 2 go into trial plots to see it there would be a difference.

 

Makes sense to  try that.   Maybe Stephan  already has?  

 

Paul

 

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Stephen,

 

In connection with microbial food/stimulant,  what difference do you think you would see absorbing the carbon onto the mineral particle w/o pyrolysis vs with. ?

 

Mike

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