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Organic fertilizer manufacturing method

Organic fertilizer is made from crop straw and livestock manure, and can be directly applied to the soil after being processed by organic fertilizer processing machine after fermentation, such as the fertilizer crusher, fertilizer mixer, fertilizer granulator machine etc. Organic fertilizers are comprehensive and have long-lasting effects. They are the main nutrients for green food production.
organic fertilizer production line

Organic fertilizer includes compost, manure, green fertilizer and commercial organic fertilizer. Compost: A kind of fertilizer that uses crop straws and livestock manure as raw materials and is stacked to rot, which can be directly used in farmland. Manure: The raw materials used are basically the same as those of compost, but they are fermented under immersion conditions. Green manure: green plants are directly crushed and buried in the field as fertilizer. Commodity organic fertilizer: Organic fertilizer sold in the form of commodities after being fermented.

The fermentation process of the organic fertilizer production line: Use livestock manure or crop straws as raw materials, moisten with water, pile into strips or round piles, and cover with plastic cloth. Generally, the pile temperature can rise to about 50 degrees within 24 hours. Within 48 hours, the temperature of the heap can rise to 70 degrees. At this time, all the bacteria, eggs, and weed seeds in the heap are killed. The heap can be turned by a heap turning machine to fully mix the raw materials with the air. Generally, this operation is repeated for 1 to 2 weeks to completely decompose the raw materials in the heap.

The production of biological organic fertilizer is slightly complicated. By using fermented organic fertilizer, about 10% of biological bacteria are added, and after being fully stirred, it is processed into biological organic fertilizer. It is suitable for various soils and crops, and has a fairly significant fertilizer effect. The organic matter contained in it is not only rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other large elements, but also contains a variety of trace elements required by crops. It can decompose phosphate and potassium fertilizers that cannot be absorbed by crops in the soil, and release various nutrients such as phosphorus and potassium. With the rapid development of organic agriculture in China, bio-organic fertilizers have more and more broad market prospects.