Wood Vinegar: When wood is subjected to destructive distillation or is greatly heated in close vessels, an acid liquor oozes over with the tar and gaseous products. This acid liquor is the pyroligneous acid or wood vinegar. New Life agro now proudly produces wood vinegar and it is available for sale in Brazil. This amazing product is used as an all-natural replacement for your traditional chemical fertilizer and pesticides.
Wood vinegar can be applied to the soil surface to help increase the population of beneficial microbe sand to promote plant root growth.
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We supply pure and high quality wood vinegar direct to Brazil. The wood vinegar is now widely used in agriculture production and for general sanitary purposes. The natural contents make it an attractive alternative to chemical pesticides; it can also promote plant growth and improve soil quality. It is non-toxic and biodegradable. We are one of the biggest wood vinegar supplier in Brazil.
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Packing ： 1, 5, 10, 25 , 200, 1000 liter drum or as per customer requirement.
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We are encouraging the use of wood vinegar as organic fertilizer and pesticide and offering the highest quality Wood Vinegar product produced with the most advanced processor in Brazil. All of our product is tested before sending, ensuring you a more accurate valuation of using wood vinegar for your specific application.
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Prices don’t include Brazil wide shipping and handling.
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Wood Vinegar, also called Pyroligneous acid, Liquid Smoke or Mokusaku, is a dark liquid produced through the natural act of carbonization, which occurs when a biomass is heated in an airless container during charcoal/biochar production.
The exhaust smoke from this charcoal production is condensed (cooled) into a liquid – this condensate then further separates into Tar, Vinegar and Bio-Oil.
Wood vinegar contains more than 200 constituents such as acetic acid, methanol, phenol, ester, acetals, ketone, formic acid and many others. Instead of the specific effectiveness of a certain element, in the case of wood vinegar, various elements work synergistically.
It has being used extensively in Japan and through out Asia for several decades for all sorts of uses and replacement of synthetic chemicals.