Organic Fertilizer: Cow dung fertilizer
The use of cattle manure, or cow dung, in the garden is a popular practice in many rural areas. This type of manure is not as rich in nitrogen as many other types; however, the high ammonia levels can burn plants when the fresh manure is directly applied. Composted cow manure, on the other hand, can provide numerous benefits to the garden.
Cattle manure is basically made up of digested grass and grain. Cow dung is high in organic materials and rich in nutrients. It contains about 3 percent nitrogen, 2 percent phosphorus, and 1 percent potassium (3-2-1 NPK). In addition, cow manure contains high levels of ammonia and potentially dangerous pathogens. For this reason, we have properly digested our cattle manure using a biogas plant to produce our organic fertilizer.
Bio organic manure is a high quality 100% natural product that enriches the soil and helps in providing you with healthy fruits, vegetables, flowers, crops, cereals, plants, and gardens etc. Across the world, prolonged use of chemical fertilizers has depleted the fertility of the soil & resulted into reduced crop yields & nutrient deficiencies. Farmers, all over the world have realized this and are now switching over to organic farming.
Bio-organic manure, is the unique answer to your soil health. Humus is the fuel that enhances the soil life. It improves the biological & physical properties of the soil & also the growth of beneficial microbes. Improved soil health results to the healthy growth and development of the plants. Bio compost performs this balancing act & helps to reduce dependence on chemical inputs.
Bio-Organic Manure is ideal for all types of soils, in all seasons for growing fruits, flowers, vegetables, crops etc.
Benefit Of Organic Fertilizer
Organic fertilizer from cow manure has several benefits. In addition to eliminating harmful ammonia gas and pathogens (like E. coli), as well as weed seeds, digested cow manure will add generous amounts of organic matter to your soil. By mixing this organic fertilizer into the soil, you can improve its moisture-holding capacity. This allows you to water less frequently, as the roots of plants can use the additional water and nutrients whenever needed. Additionally, it will improve aeration, helping to break up compacted soils. Digested cow manure also contains beneficial bacteria, which convert nutrients into easily accessible forms so they can be slowly released without burning tender plant roots.
Digested cow manure also produces about a third less greenhouse gases, making it environmentally friendly.