Does Sun-Dried Chicken Dung and Cow Dung Need to Be Fermented?
Sun-dried chicken manure and cow manure need to be fermented. The fermented chicken manure and cow manure belong to the category of farmyard manure. Fermentation is a key step in the production of organic fertilizer. The purpose is to deodorize, sterilize, and increase beneficial bacteria. Unfermented raw materials contain a lot of heavy metals, insect eggs, weed seeds, and other harmful bacteria. If they are directly applied, it will not only consume fertilizers but also increase the probability of crop diseases and insect pests.
The method of fermenting chicken manure and cow manure in a large-scale organic fertilizer processing plant:
There are three common fermentation methods: fermentation tank fermentation, strip fermentation, and tank fermentation.
Fermentation tank fermentation uses a new type of fermentation equipment to put raw materials into the fermentation tank for fermentation. The equipment has a deodorizing system, a ventilation system, a stirring system, and an auxiliary heating system. The characteristic is that it is not affected by the environmental temperature, can be produced at any time, and the fermentation speed is fast.
Pile fermentation, using an open field for fermentation, is suitable for organic fertilizer processing plants where the site is limited and does not want to invest heavily in civil engineering. Features: The operation of the fermentation site is flexible and changeable, and the self-propelled windrow compost turning machine is easy to walk.
Trough fermentation, build a fermentation tank in the factory area, install a track on the upper part of the enzyme pool wall, a trough type compost turner walks on the track, the raw materials are put into the tank, the turning machine walks back and forth to turn the material, and it is characterized by stable equipment operation , Suitable for organic fertilizer processing plants with larger output and mass production.
If you want to know the specific ingredients and methods of fermentation, please feel free to inquire.