1. This quick video demonstrates loading and lighting a Biochar TLUD (Top Lit UpDraft) system. This video was captured at the ECHO Asia Small Farm Resource Center on 22 October 2021
  2. 20/01/2014 21st Annual ECHOAgricultural Conference Publisher[United States] : ECHO, [2014] Media:DVD Summary:Speakers will share practical solutions to agricultural challenges, personal experiences and strategies for improving the lives of millions who daily face the threat of starvation. The event offers...
  3. This collection contains resources and photos from the ECHO AsiaBiosand Water Filtration Workshops on 15 October and 22 October2021
  4. This collection contains resources and photos from the ECHO AsiaBiochar Workshops on 17 and 23 September 2021
  5. 15/09/2021 Featured in this AN Establishing a Scaled-Up Black Soldier Fly System An Innovative 'Do-All' Biochar Burner Design ECHOcommunity Conversations Upcoming Events In Case You Missed Past Asia Notes Call for Articles & Insights
  6. 15/09/2021 [Editor’s Note: There are many biochar burner designs currently in existence, intended for various scales and end uses in mind. This particular design has becomea favorite of the ECHO Asia farm staff, for its ability to produce larger quantities of pyrolyzed material and wood vinegar at the same...
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  8. Ressource principale
    01/06/2013 Rick Burnette a écrit un article pour le numéro 6 (Juillet 2010) des Notes d’ECHO pour l’Asie, intitulé « Charcoal Production in 200-Liter Horizontal Drum Kilns » (Production de Charbon de Bois dans des Fours à Tambour Horizontaux de 200 Litres). Mon article pousse le processus de carbonisation...
  9. 15/05/2018 This article is from ECHO Asia Note # 35. One of the best things that you can do to complete your sustainable farm or garden is to balance it with a small livestock unit. Livestock integration is fundamental #10 in my book Sustainable Agriculture in the Tropics. If you read ECHO Asia Notes,...
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    05/02/2016 Jusqu’à récemment, le bois de chauffe était pris pour acquis dans le nord de la Thaïlande. Avec de vastes forêts pleines de nombreux types d’arbres, les ménages des hautes terres pouvaient se permettre d’être difficiles concernant le bois qu’ils utilisaient pour la cuisine. Cependant, au cours...