Rice Husk

The Rice Husk is the cheapest fuel available now as for cooking on biomass in Asia, Africa, & South America.

There is an old saying "Without Oil, the Vehicle will not run". NDMI is all prepared not to let its stove on the mercy of someone else to secure the fuel, but is in process to establish Fuel stations at village levels to secure the fuel "Rice Husk" for each user.

NDMI's Sales Team are continuously running over & bridge the link to end user with stove/fuel retail shop. Rice Husk packaging has already begun in various parts of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar & North Eastern States also by employment to local women. NDMI is supplying raw "Rice Husks" in many parts of India and is ready to supply any part of the country at a justified price.


Biochar greatly increases the ratios of methanotrophic to methanogenic bacteria in paddy soils. This results in reduced methane emissions. Biochar is now being used in the reclamation of soils degraded through the use of chemical fertilizers.

Rice husk biochar with a bit of compost has been shown to increase rice productivity in degraded soils in India by as much as 300%. Here you see what the addition of biochar does in the growth of water spinach The mustard greens with biochar had 40% less fiber and 35% more protein than the mustard greens without Biochar. At the same time experiments with other vegetables were also carried out. With water spinach there was a 39% increase in growth.

With Cabbage there was a 100% increase. With celery cabbage there was a 300% increase. In light of such research, what then is the value of Biochar? It's discovered that rice husk biochar reduced enteric methane production by as much as 22%. When nitrate was added to the biochar, the total reduction in methane was 41%. And finally within the same experiment, they discovered that live animal weight increased by 25%.


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