Definition of biochar in English:

biochar

Syllabification: bi·o·char
Pronunciation: /ˈbīōˌCHär
 
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noun

Charcoal produced from plant matter and stored in the soil as a means of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
More example sentences
  • Three activities - no-till agriculture, biochar and more intensified livestock farming with reduced methane emissions - are likely to benefit from increased funding.
  • From there, you can try to develop carbon abatement schemes (like planting trees and using biochar).
  • But turn the trash into biochar and experts say harmful carbon dioxides are sealed in, not released into the atmosphere.

Origin

1990s: blend of biomass and charcoal.

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