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Application of Biochar for Improving Physical, Chemical, and Hydrological Soil Properties: A Systematic Review
Biochar is a carbon-based substance made by the pyrolysis of organic waste. The amount of biochar produced is determined by the type of feedstock and pyrolysis conditions. Biochar is frequently added to the soil for various reasons, including carbon sequestration, greenhouse gas mitigation, improved crop production by boosting soil fertility, removing harmful contaminants, and drought mitigation. Biochar may also be used for waste management and wastewater treatment. Biochar's variousdoi:10.3390/su141711104 fatcat:2vqfxqun2rbujfbexq6vg7nywq