The Role And Effectiveness Of Compost

  Healthy crops grow in healthy environments, the most important of which is soil.Compost has a significant effect to improve soil, whereas fertilizer does not. in the compost process,  compost turner machine is the necessary equipment.
  When improving soil to create healthy land, the three most important factors to be considered are "physical", "biological" and "chemical".A summary of the elements is shown below:
Physical: ventilation, drainage, water retention, etc.
  Biological: decompose organic matter in soil, generate nutrients, form aggregates, inhibit soil diseases, improve crop quality.
Chemistry: chemical elements such as soil chemical composition (nutrient), pH value (acidity), CEC (nutrient retention), etc.
  It is important to give priority to all three when improving soil and promoting the creation of healthy land.To be specific, the general order is that the physical properties of soil should be well adjusted first, and then its biological and chemical properties should be considered on this basis. we provide the customized the Biological Organic Fertilizer Compost Equipment Processing Plant

 Physical improvement
  Humus produced in the decomposition of organic matter by microorganisms promotes the formation of soil aggregates, and pores of various sizes appear in the soil.Can produce the following effects:
* Aeration: supply the air necessary for plant roots and microorganisms to breathe through pores large and small.
* Drainage: water is easy to penetrate into the ground through the large pores, to eliminate the harm of excessive moisture (root rot, lack of air).When irrigation is carried out, the surface water will not cause evaporation or loss of water, which improves the utilization rate of water.
* Water retention: small pores with water retention, can provide water for a long time, so as to improve the drought resistance of soil.
 Biological improvement
  The species and quantity of soil organisms (microorganisms and small animals, etc.) that take organic matter as bait are greatly increased, and the biological phase becomes diversified and enriched. Under the action of these soil organisms, organic matters are decomposed into nutrients for crops.In addition, under the action of humus produced in this process, the degree of soil agglomeration increased, and numerous pores were formed in the soil.
  Inhibit diseases and insect pests: biological diversity, through the antagonism between organisms, the proliferation of pathogens and other harmful organisms to inhibit, the result is, the occurrence of diseases and insect pests have been controlled.
  Generation of growth promoting substances: under the action of microorganisms, the production of amino acids, vitamins, enzymes and other useful growth promoting substances to improve the quality of crops.
  Promote soil pelletization: sticky substances produced by microorganisms, excreta, remains and other soil particles become the binder, promote soil pelletization.
Decomposition of harmful substances: microorganisms with decomposition, purification of harmful substances, the growth of substances.

 Chemical improvement
  Since humus and clay particles in soil also have CEC (base replacement capacity: nutrient retention), application of compost can improve soil fertility and act as a fertilizer buffer.
Improved fertility: the soil original CEC plus the humus CEC, these are enough to improve the retention of fertilizer ingredients.The maintained fertilizer composition can be supplied slowly according to the needs of the crop, thus increasing the efficiency of the fertilizer.
  Buffer effect: even if too much fertilizer, fertilizer ingredients can be temporarily saved, so there will be no crop fertilizer burns.
  Supply of trace elements: organic waste from plants contains not only N, P, K, Ca, Mg and other elements necessary for plant growth, but also trace and indispensable S, Fe, Zn, Cu, B, Mn, Mo, etc., which are restored to the soil by composting.Want to know the importance of doing so, we just have a look at the following phenomena can be clear at a glance: natural forest by photosynthetic carbohydrate and root absorption of nutrients and water to be used for plant growth, but also from the fallen leaves, the accumulation to fall on the ground of rotten leaves absorb nutrients in the soil for expanded reproduction (growth).