When it comes to the drought in California, Greg Campbell, chief executive of VGrid Energy Systems Inc., believes he has a way to minimize the impact.

The Camarillo company manufactures what is called a bioserver, a device that uses gasification to create solid carbon from biomass, or any type of organic matter, such as chopped up trees, nutshells or corn cobs.

The solid carbon can then be spread around plant roots to hold in water. 


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