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The difference between bio-organic fertilizer and humic acid organic fertilizer

Bio organic fertilizer production line is based on livestock waste, municipal solid waste, crop straw, agricultural by-products and organic waste produced by food processing, and is equipped with multi-functional fermentation bacteria to quickly deodorize, decompose, dehydrate and then add. A functional microbial agent that is processed to produce an organic fertilizer containing a certain amount of functional microorganisms. What is the difference between it and humic acid organic fertilizer?

Humic acid organic fertilizer is a product that uses lignite, oil shale and other raw materials, and adopts different production methods to produce oxygen, phosphorus, potassium and some medium and trace elements which contain a large amount of humic acid and the growth and development of crops. A new type of fertilizer based on humic acid. In addition to the different raw materials produced, the requirements for bacterial content are also different. Bio-organic fertilizer requires bacterial content, humic acid organic fertilizer only requires a certain humic acid, and can reach the general organic fertilizer standard.

Although there are differences between the two, they are still organic fertilizers. When granulating, it is necessary to select a suitable granulator according to the different raw materials.
fertilizer granulator machine
There are many kinds of organic fertilizer granulator machine, including a disc granulator, a stirring granulator, a three-combination granulator, a flat granulator and a drum granulator. Users also face a variety of choices when purchasing, but not all granulators can be applied, and the appropriate equipment should be selected according to the characteristics of organic fertilizer raw materials. For materials with less raw fiber, such as chicken manure and pig manure, a cheaper disc granulator can be used, or other granulators can be used. However, if the raw material is a material with very high fiber content such as pig manure, sheep manure, straw, etc., it is not suitable to use a disc granulator, although the organic fertilizer raw material for organic fertilizer will be decomposed by fermentation, but because the fiber is coarse, the disc is used. The granulator has a very low interest rate, so it is recommended to use a gear granulator or a three-combiner granulator, which is more expensive than a disc granulator.