Boosting Buffering Capacity
Persist micronized biochar and PAF liquid Improve soil’s capacity to resist changes in ph levels.
Third-party trial results
High soil acidity hinders nutrient availability, negatively impacts microbial activity, and impedes plant growth and productivity in many crops.
Persist™ biochar enhances soil buffering capacity.
- High pH level (8-9)
- High Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC)
- Ultra-porous with a high surface area
- Reduced compaction and improved aeration
- Increased moisture retention
- Increased number of beneficial soil microbes
By supporting stronger microbial populations, Persist biochar positively impacts mineral retention, nutrient cycling, and overall organic matter of soil — characteristics of well-buffered soils.
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Persist Premium Biochar
One pound of ultra-porous Persist™ biochar has a surface area of over 25 football fields. Water adheres to these surfaces to retain moisture in soil up to six times longer. The microscopic pores also serve as a habitat for microbes, creating a microbe mega-factory in your soil.
Persist PAF Bio-liquid
Persist™ PAF is a unique liquid blend of organic acids, phenols, and natural compounds. While biochar provides shelter for microbes, PAF provides the food. Recent crop trials, including strawberry, pepper, and soybean, show significant improvements in nutrient uptake and yield.
NEW Micronized biochar for fertigation, drip irrigation, and foliar spray systems.
- Carefully screened particles less than 75 microns (0.075 mm) designed for liquid suspension and application.
- Enhances dispersibility of biochar in soil for more precise nutrient delivery while reducing loss from volatilization.
- Micronized particles further improve water retention, nutrient availability, and microbial activity in soils.
Delivers nutrients more effectively into the soil.
When added to liquid nutrient blends, the micronized biochar acts as a carrier, effectively delivering nutrients to where they’re needed and retaining them for longer periods.
Micronized biochar particles move more effectively through the plant canopy and thatch layers and into the root zone. The uniform level of dispersibility ensures accurate nutrient distribution, effectively mitigating concerns related to runoff and nutrient loss.