Introduction of Chicken Manure Fertilizer
Chicken Manure contains abundant organic matter and various nutrients needed by crops. It has a good effect on increasing crop yield and soil fertility.
Chicken manure is rich in nutrients, including crude protein 18.7%, fat 2.5%, ash 13%, carbohydrate 11%, fiber 7%, organic matter 25.5%, nitrogen 2.34%, phosphorus 2.32%, potassium 0.83%, which are 4.1, 5.1 and 1.8 times as much as pig manure, respectively. The application of chicken manure fertilizer not only increases many organic colloids, but also decomposes many organic matter into organic colloids by the action of microorganisms, which greatly increases the adsorption surface of soil and produces many sticky substances, which make soil particles cemented into stable aggregate structure, and improves the soil water, fertilizer and air permeability, as well as the ability to regulate soil temperature.
Benefits: Chicken manure can improve the soil fertility environment. The application of pure dried chicken manure can improve the soil aggregate structure and improve the soil fertility and water conservation capacity.
Before use, the parasites and their eggs in chicken manure, as well as some infectious pathogens, must be thoroughly decomposed. Chicken manure is rich in nutrients and uric acid. It is not easy to use more than 30 tons of fertilizer per hectare. Otherwise, it will cause burning seedlings.