Production method and operation process of bio organic fertilizer

Bio organic fertilizer production line refers to a kind of fertilizer which has the effect of both microbial fertilizer and organic fertilizer, which is composed of specific functional microorganisms and organic materials mainly from animal and plant residues (such as livestock manure, crop straw, etc.) after harmless treatment and decomposition.

The production method and operation process of bio organic fertilizer are as follows:

1. One step of production process of bio organic fertilizer: the general dosage of selected strains is 0.2% - 0.5%.

2. Production process of bio organic fertilizer: preparation and requirements of raw and auxiliary materials:

A. Main ingredients: fruit dregs, dry bagasse, edible fungus residue, distiller's grains, sugar residue, vinegar residue, starch residue, cassava residue, citric acid residue, soy sauce residue, monosodium glutamate residue, powder residue, tofu residue, drug residue, oil residue, oil cake meal, bran, cottonseed meal, mildewed feed, sludge, sugar factory brewery residue, slaughtering leftovers, hogwash (swill) water, leftover food, human and animal feces, etc Materials.

B. Auxiliary materials: all kinds of crop straw, leaves and weeds, melon and rattan, rice straw, pine shell, peanut shell, sawdust, rice husk powder, rice bran, etc. can be dried, crushed and high carbon.

C. The ratio of main material to auxiliary material was 5:1-3:1.

3. There are three steps in the production process of bio
organic fertilizer production line: the water content should be controlled at 60-65%, the materials should be held by hand to form a group, and the water could just come out. The bacteria, main materials and auxiliary materials should be mixed evenly. The environment temperature should be above 15 ℃. The materials should be stacked no less than 4 square meters, 1.5-2 meters in width, 0.6 meters in height and unlimited in length.

4. There are four steps in the production process of bio organic fertilizer: the compost will be turned over at 50 ℃ once a day. If the stack temperature exceeds 65 ℃, it will be overturned again. The temperature will be controlled below 70 ℃. The compost temperature will be reduced, the material will be loose, and there will be no original odor of the material, and there will be a little ammonia smell. White hyphae will be produced in the pile, which will be decomposed.