Organic fertilizer production line
equipment converts crop wastes and breeding wastes, such as straw, corn cobs, distiller's grains, chicken manure, pig manure and other livestock and poultry manures and other wastes containing organic matter, into organic fertilizer containing a large number of microbial strains through fermentation . The microbial strains in the finished organic fertilizer can improve the soil structure, increase the soil organic matter content, and use chemical fertilizers and compound fertilizers to greatly increase crop yields. The process flow of the entire production line of crop waste and farming waste into commercial organic fertilizer is as follows:
Fermentation of crop waste and farming waste
1. Mix the organic fertilizer raw materials, control the C/N ratio at 23-28, and control the water content of the materials at 52%-68% after the ratio.
2. Requirements for stacking raw materials: height meters, width meters, and any length. Pay attention to the place with natural ventilation.
3. The temperature of the material pile starts to rise, indicating that the fermentation has started. The temperature rises to above 60 degrees. After keeping it for 48 hours, the pile will start turning (but when the temperature exceeds 70 degrees, the pile must be turned over immediately). Turn the low-level materials into the middle and upper part of the pile as much as possible to fully decompose. The number of piles is determined according to the degree of maturity of the materials. At this time, a trough type turning and polishing machine can be used.
4. The organic fertilizer can be applied directly after fermentation and decomposing, or it can be dried and packaged for storage.
After the fermented material is batched by the batching system, it is lifted and transported by the belt conveyor, and then crushed, sieved and classified. Cooling, coating, packaging, finished products are stored in the finished product warehouse.
The compost of the organic fertilizer production process
should be sold as a product and processed according to the use and market needs. The purpose of composting is to improve the fertilizer efficiency and commercial properties of the compost product, thereby improving the overall economic benefits.