How to Process Corn Cobs Into Charcoal Briquettes?

Answer Corn and other agricultural waste products make great charcoal because they produce less smoke. This makes them ideal for indoor cooking fires often found in third world countries or storm ravaged ... Read More »

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Is it ok to put ash from bbq charcoal briquettes into my compost pile?

"As I’ve said before in relations to ashes from bonfires, ash from wood fires – untreated, unpainted wood – can be used in the compost heap or in the garden to bring down the acidity of the c... Read More »

Are charcoal briquettes the same as activated charcoal?

Although similar on the surface, charcoal briquettes and activated charcoal are very different. They may have a number of similar elements, namely carbon, but the properties and purity of that carb... Read More »

Can you use corn cobs for horse bedding?

Corn cobs can be used as horse bedding. However, the corn cobs must be processed before they are ready for use. Whole cobs are not used; corn cobs are first dried, cleaned and ground down to make t... Read More »

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