Malaysia has planted a large number of oil palms, which have high value and are widely used in the world. They can be used in catering industry, food manufacturing industry, oil chemical industry and other industries. In addition to the extensive use of palm oil in food and industry, the waste materials such as fruit stalks, residues from oil extraction and empty ears harvested are also of great use. They can be made into bio-organic fertilizers. Oil palm shell can also produce activated carbon. The pore area of this kind of activated carbon is nearly two times larger than that of ordinary shell activated carbon, and its adsorption capacity is also close to two times that of other shell activated carbon.
So how does oil palm waste produce organic fertilizer? Through the process of organic fertilizer production line, these fertilizers can be made into various organic fertilizers to complete the utilization of waste resources and prevent environmental pollution.
Raw Material Treatment: Cut the oil palm stalk, pomace and empty ear into small materials, add materials such as manure and sludge, and add the fermenting agent. Add appropriate amount of water to adjust the water content of the fermentation material, so that the water content of the fermentation reactor is about 60%.
Composting Fermentation: All raw material piles are placed in the fermentation tank so that the material can be fertilized at a high temperature. In order to create conditions conducive to the fermentation of organic fertilizer during fermentation, it is necessary to spray water on the fermentation reactor to adjust the moisture of the compost. The compost turner is used to dump the material so that the compost can be fermented completely step by step.
Organic Fertilizer Production Line Processing: Organic fertilizer or organic-inorganic compound fertilizer is made from fermented materials. The preparation method of organic-inorganic compound fertilizer is not complicated either. It mainly pays attention to the batching system before fertilizer granulation, mixing organic matter with inorganic fertilizer according to formula, and then granulating.