The manure processing organic fertilizer production line uses organic waste such as livestock and poultry manure as raw material, and uses organic fertilizer equipment to process the waste into high-quality organic fertilizer. The manure processing organic fertilizer is beneficial to agricultural ecological cycle and waste utilization. After high temperature fermentation, all the pathogens, insects and eggs in the material are killed, and it has become a high-quality organic fertilizer.
Manure processing technology of organic fertilizer
Raw materials: livestock and poultry manure, agricultural by-products processing waste, crop straw, leaves, weeds, vegetable leaves.
Livestock and poultry manure can not be directly returned to the field as organic fertilizer, it should be fermented first. Feces, excipients and bacteria were put into the fermentation tank. After two days, the material was heated up and the material was turned. The fermentation materials were crushed and stirred by the operation of the compost turner. During the high temperature fermentation, the aerobic bacteria decomposed the organic matter and NPK in the feces to form humus. Organic fertilizer must be fully fermented and decomposed before application, which can effectively kill pathogens, insect eggs and weed seeds. After the fermentation of manure compost is completed, the semi-finished organic fertilizer is sent to the organic fertilizer production line for processing.
Organic fertilizer crushing, adding NPK fertilizer and other ingredients, mixing, organic fertilizer granulation, drying and cooling, granular coating, quantitative packaging.
Organic fertilizer production equipment has high degree of automation and small building area. Organic fertilizer should be mixed with chemical fertilizer to ensure the balance of crop nutrients. According to different investment, the production line can produce 1,000 tons of organic fertilizer per year on a small scale, and tens of thousands of tons per year on a large scale, with low risk and high returns.