Bio-fertilizer

Bio-fertilizer

All organic wastes are a precious source of bio-fertilizer provider that a process is adopted on engineering principals to have maximum access to available nutrients rather than having only solid materials to apply on agronomic soils.

Considering agronomic lands where crops, vegetables and fruits are extensively grown, the amount of agricultural wastes is huge. These agricultural wastes are commonly applied back to the soil with an impression of supplying nutrients back to the soil. However, the actual picture is different than what it is thought. Here is the explanation; the agricultural wastes are rich in nutrients, but these nutrients are not readily available to be released into the soil due to their long chain fatty acids and lesser amount of energy available to break the inner cell walls of the waste streams. Composting the agricultural waste for a certain period of time will help breaking long chain fatty acids into smaller chain monomers and thus producing proteins and carbohydrates with rich in nutrients. Such well composted residue will supply maximum nutrients to the soils which will in fact reduce overall application of expensive inorganic fertilizers.

The process management of each agricultural waste varies with the type of crop thus a complete assessment of on-farm waste is essential to determine the degradability pattern of agricultural wastes. PROBEC Australia can help you in enhancing benefits from your crop, fruit, or vegetable wastes to ensure you are saving money on inorganic fertilizers and thus helping the environment to not only reducing GHG emissions but also being independent on nutrients fulfilment of the soils.