and Vinegar Making
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||What is rice
It is a kind of charcoal made from rice husks. It's main usage is to improve soil texture and serves as a conducive habitat for good bacteria. It can also be used for mulching and helps stabilize or control the temperature of the ground.
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How to make husk charcoals with Charcoal Maker
While making charcoals, there is a very important by-product: Charcoal Vinegar. Because of its nature of being very acidic, it is just called vinegar.
The best quality of charcoal vinegar is made from bamboo which is very popular in Japan. You can find most of it in the supermarkets of Japan. For home consumption, vinegar from rice husks are not as good as bamboo charcoal vinegar. But for agricultural purposes, it is good enough.
How to make Charcoal Vinegar
In the Charcoal Maker, make a small hole on bottom side of the chimney. In the process, the smoke passes through the chimney. When it cools down, it forms some liquid particles that came down through the hole. Collect such liquid with a small bucket hanging at the end of the chimney. Keep the liquid in tank and wait for more than 4 months to settle the tar. Or mix it with charcoal to make the tar stick to the charcoal. Use only the clean portion of the liquid.
How to use Charcoal Vinegar
There are many uses of Charcoal Vinegar in agricultural field.
As fumigator. Dilute it with water in this amount, 1:100.
Note: When you intend to mix the vinegar with feeds, it should be of good quality. How to get it? Here's the procedure:
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