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Wood vinegar is a light brownish liquid that is produced through the natural act of carbonization. This occurs when organic biomass material is heated through a process of pyrolysis in an oxygen-reduced environment leading to the thermal decomposition of materials and release of volatile elements.
The exhaust from this char production is then condensed into a liquid. The condensate then further separates into wood vinegar, bio-oil, and tar.
Wood vinegar has a wide range of applications, and it can be everything from a bio-fertilizer, to a seed germinator, to a growth enhancer, to a nematode treatment, and more.
Wood vinegar has been used by people for agricultural purposes for reportedly a thousand years, give or take. It’s a product in use today by many countries like Japan and India, and it’s beginning to see more study and distribution in the United States and Canada.
Right here! VerdiLife is currently accepting participants for wood vinegar field studies, and we’re always happy to sit down with an interested party and discuss potential participation.