Conversion of Biomass into Biochar is not a difficult process and can be done in a small space by farmers individually and pool it for collective trading. Depending on the scale of production, if large, infrastructure undergoes sophistication; we are not discussing at large industrial production in this article. I suggest an inexpensive top lid, updraft system which can be made very easily. Biomass is chipped into small pieces, filled in a 200 liter steel drum with holes made in the bottom and sides towards bottom, cut the top of it, say couple of inches from the top end, cut it open from the centre of the lid into star shape and lift the flaps up in such a way that a smaller open drum fitting exactly on the top of the bottom drum (to allow the fumes to escape), fill it with chips, light the fire in it and cover it with a smaller open drum which acts as a chimney. In this system, we are not allowing the oxygen to enter it freely; we are allowing only the fumes to escape. As the top chips burn, they create heat at the bottom too converting the biomass into biochar and keep releasing smoke that escapes through the top chimney. Within a couple of hours (which needs to be standardized based on the size of the chips put in), the process is completed. Water needs to be sprayed on the top as well as the sides of the drums, the contents are removed and allowed to cool spraying water on the freshly produced biochar and stored. One can make several cycles per day in this manner and also increase their production using several units.