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Organic fertilizer fermentation equipment is very important in the whole process of organic fertilizer production

Organic fertilizer, commonly known as farmyard manure, includes agricultural wastes, livestock and poultry feces, domestic garbage, such as plant residues, animal feces, kitchen garbage, etc. "more grain, more pigs, more pigs, more fertilizer, more fertilizer, more grain" is a visual description of the return of organic fertilizer to the field. Organic fertilizer is of great significance in promoting safe and clean production of agricultural products and protecting the ecological environment. At the same time, it also meets the people's demand for green organic food, because organic fertilizer is very beneficial to the production of pollution-free, safe and healthy green food, and is the main fertilizer source for the production of green food.

When it comes to organic fertilizer, it is often related to organic fertilizer production equipment. Since the advent of its own machine fertilizer processing equipment, livestock manure and crop residues have been well solved, reducing environmental pollution. The treated waste gas is made into organic fertilizer, which not only meets the nutritional needs of crops, but also improves the soil structure. The cow dung organic fertilizer production line derived from this is of great help to farmers.

In the whole production process, the fermentation equipment of organic fertilizer is very important, and the quality of organic fertilizer also depends on the fermentation process. Therefore, the fermentation process of organic fertilizer is paid attention to by everyone. In the process of organic fertilizer fermentation, the heating time of organic fertilizer equipment refers to the early stage of the composting process. The temperature rise of compost gradually increased from room temperature to 45 ℃. The main microorganisms are thermophilic microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes. The differentiation matrix was mainly carbohydrate and starch. The fruiting bodies of fungi can be found in time, and animals and protozoa participate in differentiation.