Soil degradation and high cost of fertilizers is a major cause for the crop yield of Sub Saharan Africa to lag far beyond that of global average. Biochar has been tested successfully in number of regions including Sub Saharan Africa with yield increases recorded up to 100%! With proper application, this technology also creates carbon credits. At GG&G, we offer complimentary usage of our kilns and relevant training to the farmers in Sub Saharan Africa especially Ghana, Togo and Cote d’Ivoire in exchange for a share in incremental gains in the crop yield. At GG&G believe this is a mutually beneficial model.
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