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Biofertilizer is a fertilizer that contains microorganisms, soil and other beneficial ingredients, which can provide nutrients to plants and promote plant growth and development. With increasing concerns about environmental issues and sustainable development, the demand for biofertilizers is also increasing. Therefore, Bio fertilizer manufacturing process becomes more and more important.
Bio fertilizer manufacturing process can be divided into the following steps:
Raw material selection and treatment: The raw materials of biological fertilizers can be various organic and inorganic substances, such as livestock and poultry manure, straw, sawdust, sludge, etc. These substances require pretreatment in order to make them suitable for microbial growth and metabolism. It usually needs to be fermented, dried, ground and so on.
Microbial inoculation and cultivation: In the process of biofertilizer production, beneficial microorganisms need to be inoculated into raw materials and cultivated. These microorganisms can be organic fertilizer starters, rooting fungi, antagonists, etc. They can decompose organic matter in raw materials and promote the growth and development of plants.
Mixing and granulation: The pretreated raw material and microbial inoculum are mixed and made into granules or powders. In this way, raw materials and microorganisms can be better contacted, biological reactions can be accelerated, and the quality and effect of biological fertilizers can be improved.
Packaging and storage: The finished biofertilizer needs to be packaged and stored to avoid contamination and loss. Packaging materials can be plastic bags, woven bags, etc., and storage conditions can be dry, ventilated, and cool places.
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In the production process of biological fertilizer, the following issues need to be paid attention to:
Survival and reproduction of microorganisms: In the process of biofertilizer production, the survival and reproduction of microorganisms are very important. If the microorganisms cannot survive and multiply, the effectiveness of biofertilizers will suffer. Therefore, conditions such as temperature, humidity and time need to be well controlled during the production process to ensure the survival and reproduction of microorganisms.
Microbial safety: Microbial safety is another important issue in the production of biofertilizers. If microorganisms are harmful to humans, animals and the environment, it will affect the use and promotion of biological fertilizers. Therefore, toxicity detection and risk assessment of microorganisms are required to ensure the safety of microorganisms.
Quality of biological fertilizers: The quality of biological fertilizers depends on factors such as selection and handling of raw materials, inoculation and cultivation of microorganisms, mixing and granulation, and packaging and storage. Therefore, it is necessary to control the quality of each link to ensure the quality and effect of biological fertilizers.
In short, the Bio fertilizer manufacturing process needs to combine the knowledge of microbiology, nutrition and fertilizer science, and strictly follow the standardized process to ensure the quality and safety of biological fertilizers.