According to the International Biochar Initiative (IBI), the most accepted and standardized definition of biochar is “It is a carbon-rich solid material obtained from biomass thermochemical conversion under oxygen-free conditions. Recently, biochar has drawn close consideration due to its possible application in a soil amendment to improve soil fertility and water holding capacity, carbon sequestration, clean fuel, heavy metal adsorption from aqueous solutions, and other scientific and industrial usages. Biochar contains organic matter and nutrients, its addition increased soil pH, electric conductivity (EC), organic carbon (C), total nitrogen (TN), available phosphorus (P), and the cation-exchange capacity (CEC).

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