Charcoal and wood vinegar production to increase sustainable community standard.

Charcoal and wood vinegar are byproducts from farmers’ planting plots management which involves in pruning fruits trees or other trees. The abandoned small branch residuals of softwood and hardwood could be the accumulated sources of plant diseases and pests. Thus, farmers should conduct the burning process of these residuals to produce charcoal. Wood vinegar is a liquid which is released in the charcoal production process. It is actually an organic substance in the wood. When the wood is being burnt, this substance will be transformed into acidic vapors in the smoke. It can be used for pest management and growth promotion for all kinds of plants to increase the effectiveness in the production of agricultural goods, and promote the farmers to reduce the use of chemicals and be environmentally friendly. For further information, please contact Mr. Anucha Tara, Head of Trat Agroforestry Research and Training Station, Trat Agroforestry Research and Training Station, Faculty of Forestry, Kasetsart University, Tel 08-9476-7605

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