Photos & project details from the climate farming project in Nepal
This Kon-Tiki high up the mountain is communally owned and operated.
Putting ag residues to good use in Nepal.
General remarks for trials in Dolahka, Nepal
Potato trial design
Adding compost to the mix
Setting up potato trials
Beautiful picture of the final layer of charred cobs.
Kon-Agno & corn cobs.
Hybrid of Kon-Tiki and soil kiln.
Further grinding is needed.
Post processing includes manual grinding.
Getting char to the trial site is manual labor!
Shrinkage from charring cobs can be seen in this picture.
Quench water is a valuable by-product.
One burn in soil kiln makes 800l (211 gallons)
One burn in Kon-Tiki makes 1 cubic meter (35 cubic feet) of biochar.