Livestock manure that has not been fermented and decomposed by organic fertilizer equipment is usually regarded as garbage. This is because untreated waste is not only difficult to use, but can also have a negative impact on the environment.
1, unfermented livestock manure is a source of pollution. These faeces contain a large number of bacteria, viruses and parasites, such as roundworm eggs, hook eggs, etc., if directly applied to farmland, it will pollute soil and water, and then threaten human health.
2, unfermented manure can not be converted into organic fertilizer. Untreated manure, its nutrients can not be absorbed by crops, but will cause harm to crops.
3. Unfermented and decomposed feces are not easy to store and handle. Because feces contain a lot of water and undecomposed organic matter, these feces are easy to deteriorate, stink, and even cause fire. Therefore, in the storage and treatment of these feces, it needs to invest a lot of manpower, material and financial resources, and may also lead to a series of environmental problems.
Therefore, we need to emphasize the importance of organic fertilizer production lines. The use of organic fertilizer equipment can effectively ferment and decompose livestock manure, making it a kind of organic fertilizer that can be used. This can not only reduce environmental pollution, but also improve the yield and quality of crops, but also save resources and reduce pressure on the environment.