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  • 5 main composting machines

    With the increasing demand for soil improvement and coping with the rising fertilizer prices, the organic compost market has broad prospects, and more and more large and medium-sized farms choose to process livestock manure into organic compost for sale. The most important link in the organic com...
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  • 3 positive effects of cow, sheep and pig manure compost on agriculture

    3 positive effects of cow, sheep and pig manure compost on agriculture

    Pig manure, cow manure and sheep manure are the feces and wastes of farms or domestic pigs, cows and sheep, which will cause environmental pollution, air pollution, breeding of bacteria and other problems, making farm owners a headache. Today, pig manure, cow manure and sheep manure are fermented...
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  • What is bio-organic compost effect?

    What is bio-organic compost effect?

    Bio organic compost is a kind of fertilizer that is synthesized by special fungal microorganisms and residues of organic substances (especially animals and plants), and has an effect on microorganisms and organic fertilizer after harmless treatment. Implementation effect: (1) Generally speaking, ...
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  • What can be composted?

    What can be composted?

    There are a lot of people asking questions like this on Google: what can I put in my compost bin? What can be put in a compost pile? Here, we will tell you what raw materials are suitable for composting:   (1) Basic raw materials: straw palm filament weed hair Fruit and vegetable peels Citrus r...
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  • 3 types of self-propelled compost turners’ working principle and application

    3 types of self-propelled compost turners’ working principle and application

    The self-propelled compost turner can give full play to its stirring function. In order to meet the requirements of moisture, pH, etc. in the fermentation of raw materials, some auxiliary agents need to be added. The permeability of the raw materials makes the raw materi...
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  • India’s immediate ban on wheat exports sparks fears of another surge in global wheat prices

    India’s immediate ban on wheat exports sparks fears of another surge in global wheat prices

    India on the 13th announced an immediate ban on wheat exports, citing threats to national food security, raising concerns that global wheat prices will surge again.   India’s Congress on the 14th criticized the government’s ban on wheat exports, calling it an “anti-farmer&#...
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  • 7 roles of compost fermentation bacteria

    7 roles of compost fermentation bacteria

    Compost fermentation bacteria is a compound strain that can quickly decompose organic matter and has the advantages of less addition, strong protein degradation, short fermentation time, low cost, and unlimited fermentation temperature. Compost fermentation bacteria can effectively kill fermented...
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  • Hideo Ikeda: 4 values of compost for soil improvement

    Hideo Ikeda: 4 values of compost for soil improvement

    About Hideo Ikeda: A native of Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, was born in 1935. He came to China in 1997 and studied Chinese and agricultural knowledge at Shandong University. Since 2002, he has worked with the School of Horticulture, Shandong Agricultural University, Shandong Academy of Agricultura...
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  • What is windrows composting?

    What is windrows composting?

    Windrows composting is the simplest and oldest type of composting system. It is in the open air or under a trellis, the compost material is piled into slivers or piles, and fermented under aerobic conditions. The cross-section of the stack can be trapezoidal, trapezoidal, or triangular. The chara...
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  • Why organic compost must be turned over when fermenting?

    Why organic compost must be turned over when fermenting?

    When many friends asked us about composting technology, a question was that it is too troublesome to turn the compost windrow during compost fermentation, can we not turn the windrow? The answer is no, compost fermentation must be turned over. This is mainly for the foll...
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