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The difference between biological organic fertilizer and refined organic fertilizer

With the development of the global economy and social progress, people have created unique requirements for the quality of life and food quality. They are eager to get good-tasting, nutritious food, and pursuing pure natural and pollution-free healthy food has become a fashion. However, the transitional development of agriculture, especially the long-term partial application of chemical fertilizers, has not adequately supplemented the soil with organic matter, which has led to the decline of soil quality. The available agricultural resources have gradually dried up and soil degradation has severely affected the production of high-quality agricultural products. The current status of soil resources in China urgently needs to supplement soil organic matter through artificial measures to ensure the level of agricultural planting and crop products.


At present, there is no unified definition of bio-organic fertilizer at home and abroad. The concept agreed by many experts is that biofertilizer project technology is based on animal waste generated from livestock and poultry manure, humic acid, municipal solid waste, crop straw, agricultural and sideline products, and food processing. As a raw material, it is equipped with a multifunctional fermentation bacteria agent to make it quickly deodorize, decompose, and dehydrate, and then add a functional microbial agent. The processed organic fertilizer containing a certain amount of functional microorganisms is collectively called biological organic fertilizer.

What is the difference between biological organic fertilizer and refined organic fertilizer?

Refined organic fertilizer production line refers to a finished organic fertilizer made by physically reducing the moisture in poultry and animal manure. The difference between biological organic fertilizer and refined organic fertilizer:
The first is the presence or absence of microorganisms. Biological organic fertilizer contains a variety of beneficial microorganisms, and refined organic fertilizer is subjected to high temperature treatment, all microorganisms are basically killed, and it is difficult to provide beneficial microorganisms to the soil.

The second is different nutrients. Refined organic fertilizers are subject to high temperature losses through high temperature treatment.

Third, the effect is different. Refined organic fertilizer only reduces the moisture in the product through high-temperature hot air. It is easy to burn the roots without using rot.
Fourth, the smell is different. The refined organic fertilizer has a deodorizing effect that is not ideal through drying treatment, and it emits a foul odor when it returns to moisture. Bio-organic fertilizer can turn uric acid into urinary protein of bacteria, which basically eliminates the odor.