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Organic fertilizer production line plays a very important role in agricultural production
With the agricultural economy only requires high-yield crops, the quality of the crops has been reduced. The long-term use of chemical fertilizer has reduced or even destroyed the microorganisms in the soil. The accumulation of salt substances has caused the soil hardening problem. However, the production of new organic fertilizer can change this big problem of the soil, so the organic fertilizer production line plays an important role in agriculture.

The establishment of organic fertilizer production line can gather the local organic wastes nearby, reduce the occurrence and spread of pollution. These organic wastes are fermented by fertilizer equipment to produce organic fertilizer and sold to local farmers, so as to enhance the fertility of the soil, adjust the structure of the soil, increase the microorganism in the soil, and regulate the land consolidation of salt accumulation. At the same time, the organic fertilizer produced by the organic fertilizer production line meets our pursuit of green and organic food.

But the organic fertilizer we make is usually produced by sunlight exposure and pressure fermentation. Such organic fertilizer is often produced by hydrogen sulfide and other harmful gases, which will damage the germination and rooting of crops. At the same time, because it can't decompose the harmful salts in the manure, it can't decompose or activate the residual harmful components of chemical fertilizer in the soil, thus greatly reducing the organic content The fertilizer effect of manure can also give off odor and affect the environment when organic manure is fermented. So we should pay attention to the complete fermentation of organic compost.

To sum up, the organic fertilizer production line plays a very important role in agriculture. The organic fertilizer processing equipment directly turns waste into treasure, reduces the emission of pollution, and has many positive significance for agriculture.