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An International Workshop on Production and Application of Biochar in China’s Agriculture
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Biochar and New Green Agriculture in China
An International Workshop on Production and Application of Biochar in China’s Agriculture
Nanjing, China. Sept 20-23, 2011
(3rd Circular)
Background
China’s footprint on biochar production. Large amount of biowastes are produced in China’s agriculture and household sector, of which a considerable portion is burned causing air pollutions. To find a final optimal solution for bio-wastes in agriculture and household sector, great efforts have been dedicated to development of carbonization engineering and performance mechanisms for the last decades. A small scale carbonizing pool (tank) system is available for local village use, which treats per hour 30kg of straw and producing 10 cubic meter of biogas, 10-12 kg of biochar. In 2010, An integrated production system using a continuous pyrolysis vertical kiln was put into action in a biochar plant, Henan, which can treat per hour 1 metric tons of straw and electricity of 600 kw and 300 kg of biochar plus 50 kg of biofuel. A new pyrolysis system produce biogas of 800 cubic meter for gas of biochar production from household biowastes with a rotatory kiln was also available in an environmental technology company, Shanghai in March 2010. For in situ production of biochar from cropland straw, a tractor-driven mobile pyrolysis device was innovated in a char company in Shanxi. This system can treat 450kg of straw and produces 150 kg of biochar without any external energy. While a fixed small pyrolysis kiln was designed and used for in situ biochar production from maize straw in Shenyang. Hence, biochar production systems ranging from small to large scales and from fixed to mobile have been available in China, which can offer technical solution for the large amount of biowastes in China.
Biochar application in agriculture initiated. Since 2009, much field and laboratory researches has been conducted on application of biochar in agriculture of China. Following a networked experiments across China croplands, technologies of reducing GHGs emission, enhancing N efficiency and remediating salt-, heavy metal-stressed and poorly-structured soils have been developed using biochar or biochar based amendments. Biochar based biofertilizer has been produced and registered into fertilizer market in a fertilizer company, Anhui. By now, a number of patents of foliar fertilizer using pyroligneous solution, of growth media for vegetable and flowers, of heavy metal pollution alleviation as well as of soil amendment technology for salt-affected soil have been in submission for registration. Field demonstration projects of salt-affected soil amelioration and recovery of problem soils such as polluted and destroyed soils are under performance in Jiangsu and Henan. A policy briefing of using biochar as a new green option for China’s agriculture has received governmental consideration.
Purpose of the workshop
The workshop is to exchange and share the most recent developments in biochar technology and application in agriculture. It will offer an opportunity for China’s bio-resource enterprises and scientists to interact with key information for developing biochar technology. It is also aimed to open a wide of window of biochar and green agriculture for young scientists of China.
International Advisory Board
Lehmann, Johannes. Cornell University, USA,
Camps, Marta. Biochar Research Centre,NZ
Sohi, Saran UK Biochar Research Centre
Joseph, Stephen. Australia
Wang, Hailong. China
Crowley, David. USA
Local Organization Committee
Genxing Pan, Nanjing Agric. University
Zhenheng Lin, Sanli New Energy Company
Xiaori Han, Shenyang Agric. University
Yi Chen, Zhejiang Academy of Agri. Sciences
Fuli Liu, Anhui Biofert Company
Siwei Zhang, Zhongke Anda Environm Technology Company
Qiang Wang, Jiangsu Tianniang Agro- Technology Company
Jianwen Zou, Nanjing Agric. University
Organized by:
Nanjing Agricultural University
International Biochar Initiative
Sponsored by:
Sanli New Energy Company
Shenyang Agric. University
Co-sponsored by:
Zhejiang Academy of Agric. Sciences
Shanghai Zhongke Anda Environment Technology Company, LTd, China
Anhui Biofert Company, Ltd, China
Conference Chairpersons
Professor Dr David Crowley, University of California Riverside, USA;
Professor Dr Genxing Pan, Nanjing Agricultural University, China
Venue:
International Conference Hotel, a five star hotel in the green zone of Nanjing
ADD: 2 Sifangcheng, Zhongshanling, Nanjing. http://www.nic-hotel.com/
Topics
Biochar production and recycling of agricultural bio-wastes
Biochar and mitigation of greenhouse gases from croplands
Biochar for soil amelioration and crop productivity
Biochar and soil pollution remediation
Biochar and carbon sequestration and marketing
Registration fee
800 CNY for a normal participant; 400CNY for a certificate student. Payment at the desk while registration. The registration fee covers conference proceedings, conference presentations, and conference meal and banquet as well as transportation and communications costs with organization affairs. Field trip costs and lodging not included Registration fee waived for invited distinguished guests.
Your travel form for record (please copy and fill in individually)
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Send this form before 18 Sept,2011 to: Miss Xiaojun Han.
Email:hanxiaojun@njau.edu.cn; Tel/fax: --86 25 84396127
Workshop Program
(Oral presentations: Zidingxiang Conference Hall; Poster: Violet Hall)
Sept. 20    Registration and reception
19:00: Reception dinner at the hotel
Sept. 21:
8:00--9:00 late registration
9:00-9:30: Welcoming and Opening Remarks Convener: Dr Crowley & Pan
1, Opening speech by Dr Crowley
2, Welcoming speech by Dr Pan
3, Remarks by Dr Lehmann J. on behalf of IBI
4, Representative of NJAU
5, Photographing
9:40-10:00   Tea/coffee break
10:00-12:00 Plenary session   Convener Dr Crowley & Wang HL.
10:00-10:30 Current status of biochar technology including highlights of Kyoto meeting and development of biochar safety standards—Lehmann J. (USA)
10:30-11:00 Research activities at the soil science stream of the New Zealand biochar Research Centre – Camps M. (New Zealand)
11:00-11:30 Labile organic molecules in Biochar; Their role in plant health and nutrition; More Questions than Answers-Joseph, Stephen(Australia)
11:30-12:00 Use of biochar in management of organic amendments in grassland/ agriculture —Saran Sohi (UK)
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-18:30 Afternoon Session
13:30-16:00 Plenary session(cont.) Convener: Dr Joseph & Dr Han X.
13:30-14:00 Biochar as a carrier for microbial inoculants—Dr Crowley D. (USA)
14:00-14:30 Effective methods for profiling microbial community change in biochar-amended soils- Craig Anderson (Australia)
14:30-15:00 Interactions of biochar with soil organic contaminants and environmental implications-Wang HL (ZJAFU, China)
15:00-15:20 Tea/coffee break
15:20-17:20 Voluntary session   Convener: Dr Anderson & Wu WX
15:20-15:40 Practices on Biochar for Sustainable Agriculture-Meng J. (SYAU, China)
15:40-16:00 Study on biochar slow-release fertilizers-Han XR (SYAU, China)
16:00-16:20 Biochar-based compound fertilizer and its application for improving crop productivity-Li LQ(NJAU, China)
16:20-16:50 Biochar and New Green Agriculture of China-Pan G. (NJAU, China)
16:50-17:20 Biochar production and application in agriculture-LIN ZH(Sanli, China)
18:30-20:00 Reception dinner at Hanyuan Hotel, Nanjing agric. Univ. campus
20:30    Roundtable meeting on China Initiative of Biochar and Green Agriculture, Meeting Room 1, 5th Floor,  Hanyuan Hotel
Sept. 22: Sessions continued
9:00-12:00 Morning Session. Biochar properties and functioning
9:00-10:20 Biochar properties and interactions. Convener: Camps M & Chen Y
9:00-9:20: Interaction between biochar and soil minerals revealed by electron microscopy and X-ray potoelectron spectrometry-Yun LIN (Australia)
9:20-9:40 Structural characterization of bamboo biochars after field trials for 5 years-Yang SM (ZJAAS, China)
9:40-10:00 Composition of pyroligenous solution from biochar production and the use for foliar conditioner — Chen L. (NJAU, China)
10:00-10:20 The use of biochar in agriculture off-site pollution control-WU WX (ZJU, China)
10:20-10:40 Tea/coffee break
10:40-12:00 Poster session in Ziluolan Hall (Violet Hall)
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13: 30-15:10 Biochar application in agriculture. Convener: Lin Y & Li LQ
13:30-13:50 Effect of biochar on soybean rhizosphere microbes- Daquan Sun (SYAU, China)
13:50-14:10 Responses of trace gases emissions and crop production to biochar application: two pot experiments-Xiong ZQ(NJAU, China)
14:20-14:30 Biochar amendment reduces plant Cd uptake in a contaminated paddy soil a two-year field experiment-Cui LQ (YCTIN, China)
14:30-14:50 Removal of heavy metal in solution by modified biochar immobilizer-Bian RJ (NJAU, China)
14:50-15:10 Biochar amendment decreased C intensity of rice production in a Chinese rice paddy: a field study of 2 consecutive rice growth cycles in Tai Lake plain, China-Zhang AF (NJAU, China)
15:10-15:30 Tea/coffee break
15:30-16:40 Discussions and Launch of China Initiative of biochar and green agriculture
15:30-16:20 Open Questions and General discussions Convener: Lehmann J. & Camps M.
16:20-16:30 A unveiling Ceremony of Center of Biochar and Green Agriculture, NJAU, By Lehmann and NJAU representative Pan G
16:30-16:40 An announcement of China Initiative of Biochar and Green Agriculture-Pan G. and Hailong Wang
16:40-17:00 Closing remarks by Crowley D. and Pan G.
18:00  Dinner and night tour at Confucius Temple area, Downtown of Nanjing
Sept 23: Field trip
Field trip to Changshu is cancelled for only 2 participants had registered,
A field trip to Shangqiu, Henan visiting Sanli Biochar and bioenergy production will be arranged. A coach will be available for maximum 18 persons (15 participants registered). The coach will start in 8AM Sept 23, and return to Nanjing in 2 AM Sept 24. Those who take this field trip are responsible for covering their lodging fee in Shangqiu. Meals and transportation will be offered by the organizer.

Poster program (Violet Hall, 10:40-12:00, Sept 22, 2011)
Num-
ber
Aut   Authors
Title
Biochar production systems and characteristics
1
LIN ZH, et al.,
Introduction of biochar production in Sanli New Energy Company
2
ZHANG SW,
et al.,
Biochar Production from Household Biowaste by Pyrolysis With Internally Cycling Energy in a Closed Rotatory Kiln
3
WANG XG, et al.
An introduction to a mobile pyrolysis system for in situ carbonization of dry crop straw in Shanxi Province, China
4
HUANG YW,
et al.
Research on physical and chemical property of different stock biochar
5
QIN HZ & LIU YY, et al.,
Characteristics of Biochars Produced from Different Feedstocks
Biochar effects on soil fertility
6    
Yang CHEN Y, et al.
Effect of Biochar on Productivity of Low Yield Cropland in Zhejiang
7
WANG CJ, et al.,
Effect of Biochar on Soil Character and Labile Organic Carbon Pool in Orchard
8
XU WL, et al.,
Effect of biochar application on low fertility soil amended and crop yield in Xinjiang
9
GAO JP, et al.
Effects of Biochar on the Roots Growth of Rice
10
GUAN XC, et al.,
Effect of biochar fertilizer on quality an yield of soybean
11
LAN Y, et al.,
A brief introduction of dynamics of biochar in soil
12
SUN DQ, et al.,
Effect of biochar on brown soil fertility and microbial community in north China
13
DING YC, et al.
Primary study on the effects of applying Biochar to low productive farmlands in Shanxi Province, China
14
XU G. et al.
Effects of biochar amendments on the phosphorus sorption and desorption in soils
15
LI X, et al.,
Increasing soil water holding capacity under biochar application in maize field
Biochar and bio-amendments effects on GHGs mitigation in agriculture 
16
WANG Q. et al.
The rural pollution burden has been putting into a new industry by Jiangsu Tianniang Agricultural Technology Co., Ltd
17
LIU YM et al.,
Effect of Biochar and Wood Vinegar Amendment on yield and the salt content of the Saline-alkaline Soil
18
ZHANG B, et al.,
Effect of biochar incorporation in rice season on yield and N2O and CO2 emissions from following winter wheat growing season from Chengdu plain, China
19
QU JJ, et al.
Effects of Biochar on Rice Yield and CH4 and N2O Emissions in southern China’s Rice Paddies
20
WU G. et al.,
Impact of biochar amendment on GHG emissions and water holding capacity of cinnamon soil from Xinding Basin in North China
21
HE YB, et al.
Saline soil amelioration by biochar amendment
22
LIU XY, et al.
Effect of long-term fertilization on greenhouse gases emission in paddy soils, China
23
PAN G, CROWLEY D,
LEHMANN J.
Burn to air or burial in soil: The fate of China’s straw residues
24
CHEN JH, et al
Bacterial and fungal communities in biochar–amended paddy soils- PCR–DGGE analysis
25
HAN XR, et al
Study of Fertilizer Efficiency of Caron-based Peanut-specific Fertilizer
26
MENG J
Introduction of the Liaoning Carbon Engineering TechnologyResearch Center
Information of transportation:
1, At the airport: Shuttle to downtown (25CNY single ticket) is regular in 30 min interval in day time and maximum 45 min in night time. Take a shuttle to Nanjing Railway Station, then take a taxi (22-35 CNY) directly to the International Conference Hotel (NIC).
You can take a taxi directly to the hotel, costing almost 130CNY.
2, At the Nanjing South railway station (the station for high speed train): Take Subway No1 and transit in Xinjiekou for Subway No 2 to the station of Ming Mausoleum/Muxuyuan. Walk to the hotel in 15 min. Take a taxi directly to the hotel costs about 30 CNY  
3, At Nanjing Railway station: Take a direct taxi to the hotel, cost of 22-35 CNY.
A: the conference Hotel; B, Nanjing South Railway Station; C: Nanjing Railway Station
Please contact Han xiaojun (15850595860), or Zheng Jinwei(13951773421) or Li Lianqing (13770761905) when in emergence.

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