Bio-organic fertilizers are specific products containing living microorganisms, which can be used in agricultural production to obtain specific fertilizer effects. “Biological fertilizer” is also called bacterial fertilizer (abbreviation: bacterial fertilizer). Its types are: nitrogen fixation, nodule, phosphate, silicate, preparation, compound, fungus, antibiotic and other bacterial fertilizers.
Bio organic fertilizer production technology is to add biological inoculants to livestock and poultry manure and other organic materials. After biological fermentation, beneficial microorganisms are expanded to achieve deodorization, decomposing, insecticide, and sterilization of livestock and poultry manure. For treatment purposes, this technology is particularly suitable for livestock and poultry manure processing in breeding farms, planting bases, and breeding centers. Because the materials in the treatment process are decomposed, no secondary fermentation will occur when applied to the ground, and the phenomenon of burning roots and seedlings will not occur due to the rapid propagation of microorganisms and crop roots competing for oxygen in the secondary fermentation. The use is very reliable.
Biological organic fertilizer fermentation method
1) Fermentation raw materials: fresh livestock and poultry manure, auxiliary materials (mushroom residue). 2) Tools: mixer, mechanical compost turner machine, shovel.
3) Fermentation strains: special fermentation strains for bio-organic fertilizer.
4) Proportion: 1000 kg of livestock and poultry manure, 100 g of organic fertilizer starter strain.
5) Operation process: Mix the livestock and poultry manure with auxiliary materials and starter strains in accordance with the ratio and mix them into a rectangular material pile with a height of 50 cm and a width of 100 cm. Insert the thermometer and wait for the temperature to reach more than 7O℃ for two days. The tipping machine turns the pile; the material temperature rises to 60℃ for two days and then turns the pile again; and so on, repeatedly turns to the normal temperature until the livestock and poultry manure is decomposed, then granulated, winded, and bagged.