Wood Vinegar is a natural extract from woods. It is used in agriculture and animal fodders. It is a good choice for organic farming. The natural contents make it an attractive alternative to chemical pesticides and fertilizers. Furthermore it is non-toxic and biodegradable. We believe that Wood Vinegar can bring substantial benefits to the USA agricultural sector. It is a high density liquid with good economic freight costs versus coverage that fits into existing supply chain and on farm infrastructure. There is a growing organic and sustainable supply source from an emerging char production industry allowing a reduced dependency on limited expensive agrichemicals. The extensive use of Wood Vinegar for agriculture throughout other regions for many decades along with positive trial results leads to a product that can potentially be farm input cost neutral or even negative while improving production results.Type your paragraph here.
Wood vinegar reduces the cluster value of water to 1/3. This means that the water is activated and can be easily absorbed by the plants and animals because water with a low cluster value is in a very small mass. Each of these masses will hold one or few mineral elements. These elements can be easily taken into the plants. This will greatly reduce the use of agro-chemicals. However, it should not be used with alkaline chemicals.
There are so many varied possible uses for wood vinegar, so when deciding on your trial parameters, we recommend considering the following points that we have discovered from experience:
There are too many claims to list here of the benefits of wood vinegar for agriculture, animal husbandry, and human use. But we are concentrating on benefits that we think will have the biggest impact on the future growth in food production while reducing dependence on finite chemicals used in agriculture.