TOWING's Unique Smart Artificial Soil Development Technology High-Performance Soil Technology
High-performance soil technology is a microorganism culture technology created by adding microorganisms to biochar (porous material) such as plant charcoal, mixed with organic fertilizer, and managed under appropriate conditions.
TOWING's proprietary technologies related to biochar pretreatment and microbial cultivation are combined with technologies developed by the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization (NARO) for practical use.
Leads to stabilization of agricultural revenues
Ultra-high quality soil can be created in just one month
It usually takes three to five years to create good soil in a vineyard, but with high-performance soil technology, good soil can be created in only about one month.
The key to this technology is biochar. By allowing certain microorganisms to live in the tiny holes (porous material) of the charcoal, the soil becomes capable of decomposing organic fertilizers.
Soil that generates "Carbon Credits" that contribute to the SDGs and decarbonization
Since plant residues, livestock manure, sewage sludge, etc., which would normally be discarded or incinerated, are used as materials, CO2 emissions from incineration are reduced, contributing to CO2 reduction. In addition, since the material is carbonized into charcoal, it can be expected to fix and absorb carbon due to the nature of charcoal. From these effects, credits (emission credits) will be issued by the government for CO2 reductions, leading to decarbonization and enabling business development using carbon credits.
- What are Carbon Credits?
CThis is a system whereby the effects of reductions and absorption of CO2 and other greenhouse gases are issued as credits in the form of points, which can then be traded with other companies and other entities.