[Stoves] Biochar and tea

Stephen Joseph joey.stephen at gmail.com
Sat Oct 22 08:42:50 PDT 2011

We have hypothesised than anaerobes last  longer in biochar than aerobes.

However there is a long history of using activated carbon and charcoal as an
innoculant media


On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 2:38 AM, Jeremiah Robinson <fritz3000g at gmail.com>wrote:

> Anyone know if there's been research done on how long compost tea-produced
> bacteria will stay alive (or in a dormant state) in biochar after you
> inoculate it?
> I know they say you should apply compost tea within 4 hours of brewing it,
> but I'm wondering if you can make it last longer if you give it a happy
> home.
> Thanks,
> Jeremiah
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