Sugar residue is a good raw material for the production of compound fertilizer and organic fertilizer. Here, fertilizer machine manufacturers will introduce the simple process of making organic fertilizer from sugar residue.
1. Prepare the fermentation bacteria liquid, add water and stir evenly, and then mix with the fermentation materials, so that the final water content of the materials is 45% - 60%.
2. The carbon content in the sludge of sugar residue is generally high. It's better to add 10% - 20% chicken manure to the fermented materials. If there is a mixer, you can mix the fermented materials evenly first, and then pour in the mixed fermented bacteria liquid to mix for 20-30 minutes; if there is no mixer, use tools to turn over the fermented materials while spraying the mixed bacteria liquid diluent inside until all the fermented materials are stirred. Mix evenly until there is no agglomerate; at this time, the adding amount of the mixed diluent shall be controlled according to the standard that the total moisture content of the raw material is 50% - 60%. Attention should be paid to water control in material fermentation. More water is not conducive to the aerobic activity of microorganisms, and less fermentation is slow.
3. The compost is composted for aerobic fermentation. When the compost reaches 40-50℃, the compost is turned over once. When the material temperature reaches 50℃, the compost is semi fermented. Then put the semi fermented material into the plastic container or cement tank (or soil pit pad plastic film), fill and compact it, exhaust the air and seal it with plastic film. It must be completely sealed for anaerobic fermentation.
The fermented compost is pulverized into a powder and can be used as a simple organic fertilizer. Industrial use of organic fertilizer granulator and other organic fertilizer manufacturing process equipment can be made into granular fertilizer products.
Advantages of sugar residue organic fertilizer
Strong roots and seedlings, disease prevention and resistance. The large-scale propagation of beneficial microorganisms secretes hormones, polysaccharides and other metabolites to the outside world, inhibits the growth of soil pathogens, promotes the development of crop roots, grows vigorously, and reduces the spread of various diseases.