Often when production in the garden is low the response will be to add fertilizer.  But is that really what your garden needs?  Your garden is not simply the sum of its chemical components; it is a web of life.  If your garden is not a desirable environment for beneficial micro-organisms, then everything that depends on them will suffer.  Adding biochar to your compost and your garden will provide an ideal environment for beneficial microbes, which will in turn provide food for earthworms, which will then leave behind more castings and aortae your soil, which will ultimately provide better soil health for your plants and increase production.  But what exactly is biochar and how do you get it without spending too much money?  It’s basically charcoal produced for the purpose of being used as a soil amendment, and here is video that shows how easy it can be to produce your own biochar.

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