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Carbonized Rice Hull

Carbonized Rice Hull

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Rice Technology Bulletin Series
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Rice Technology Bulletin Series
No. 1Released Rice Varieties (1968 - 1994)No. 2Pagpaparami at Pagpupuro ng Binhi sa Sariling BukidNo. 3Paggawa ng Maligaya Rice Hull StoveNo. 4PhilRice MicromillNo. 5PhilRice FlourmillNo. 6PhilRice Drumseeder No. 7PhilRice Rototiller No. 8Rice Food ProductsNo. 9PhilRice-UAF Batch DryeNo. 10Integrated Management of the Malayan Black BugNo. 11SG800 Rice Stripper-HarvesteNo. 12Dry-Seeded Rice-Based Cropping TechnologiesNo. 13Maligaya Rice Hull StoveNo. 1410 Steps in Compost ProductionNo. 15Rice Tungro Virus DiseaseNo. 16The Philippine Rice Seed Industry and theNational Rice Seed Production NetworkNo. 1710 Hakbang sa Paggawa ng KompostNo. 1810 nga Addang ti Panagaramid iti KompostNo. 19Characteristics of Popular Philippine Rice VarietiesNo. 20Rice Stem Borers in the PhilippinesNo. 21Rice Food Products (revised edition)No. 22Leaf Color Chart (English)No. 23Leaf Color Chart (Ilocano)No. 24Leaf Color Chart (Filipino)No. 25Equipment for Rice Production and ProcessingNo. 26Use of 40kg Certified Seeds per HectareNo. 27Rice WineNo. 28Management of Field RatsNo. 29Controlled Irrigation: A water-saving technique for transplanted riceNo. 30Minus-one Element Technique: Nutrient deficiency test made easyNo. 31Management of the Rice Black BugNo. 32Management of Zinc-Deficient SoilsNo. 33Management Options for the Golden Apple SnailNo. 34Use of Evaporation SuppressantNo. 35Pagpaparami ng Purong Binhi ng PalayNo. 36Management of Sulfur-Deficient Lowland Rice SoilsNo. 37Management of Planthoppers and LeafhoppersNo. 38Management Options for Ricefield WeedsNo. 39Use of Indigo as Green ManureNo. 40Management of Salt-Affected Soils for Rice ProductionNo. 41Wet-Seeded Rice ProductionNo. 42Matatag Lines: Farmers Partners in Rice Tungro Disease ManagementNo. 43Hybrid Rice Seed ProductionNo. 44Metarhizium: Microbial Control Agent for Rice Black BugNo. 45Integrated Nutrient Management for Rice ProductionNo. 46Management of Armyworms and Cutworms
 
LEOCADIO S. SEBASTIAN
Executive Director 
FOREWORD
Rice hull is considered the most unwanted’ rice by-product by majority ofthe rice millers and some farmers throughout the regions. Rice hull disposalhas become a problem especially to millers who dump and burn these alongroadsides, much as the smoke pesters the motorists, commuters, and thecommunity dwellers.Now, rice hull can be carbonized to become an extra source of income.Our biomass experts here at PhilRice perfected the process and were able todevelop a low-cost equipment for rice hull carbonization. They now traininterested individuals and farmer-groups in making quality carbonized rice hull(CRH) not just for local use, but also for export. The first recorded export ofCRH to Japan was made by Organic Farmers Unit Association, Inc. (OFUAI) ofBalbalungao, Lupao, Nueva Ecija. This venture gave them a gross income ofPhP45,000 in a month! This was made possible through the technical expertiseof PhilRice, the assistance of our NGO-partner, the Philippine Rural Reconstruc-tion Movement (PRRM), and a private company, AIM Trading Corporation, asthe main exporter of quality CRH.Farmers- turned-entrepreneurs in rice-based production ecosystemsespecially in San Pablo City, Laguna and in Talavera, Lupao, and San Jose City,Nueva Ecija are also producing CRH. To date, five peoples’ organizations(POs) under the PRRM-Kalikasan began exporting CRH to Japan. Also, anAutomated Carbonization System (ACS) developed from Japan has beenadopted by Oliver Enterprises owned by Nestor Vendivil of Bakal II, Talavera,Nueva Ecija, with the technical support of PhilRice’s Waste ManagementCommittee.We encourage more farmers and other enterprising groups to try this verypromising venture. Thus, we came up with this bulletin that presents theoutstanding features of the CRH including the procedure and economic analysisof CRH production. The procedure on how to make a simple open-typecarbonizer out of locally available materials at minimum cost is also appendedfor easy reference. With this technology bulletin, we hope to add more valueon rice, and consequently, help rice-based communities to become moreproductive.Read on and learn how to turn a waste into cash.
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