Fertilizing the soil .


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What is fertilizing the soil?. Fertilizing the soil is the procedure of creating fertilizer through oxygen consuming deterioration of biodegradable natural matter. Manure delivered toward the end of the procedure can be utilized as a part of cultivating and planting to enhance soil quality.. Standards of Composting. Treating the soil is the controlled decay of natural matter.Rather than permitting nature to take its moderate course, a composter gives a
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Fertilizing the soil 27-1-2007

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What is treating the soil? Fertilizing the soil is the way toward delivering fertilizer through oxygen consuming disintegration of biodegradable natural matter. Compost created toward the finish of the procedure can be utilized as a part of cultivating and planting to enhance soil quality.

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Principles of Composting is the controlled decay of natural matter. Instead of permitting nature to take its moderate course, a composter gives an ideal situation in which decomposers can flourish. To energize the most dynamic microorganisms, a manure heap needs the right blend of the accompanying fixings: Carbon, Nitrogen (from fertilizing the soil materials) Oxygen (from the air) Water

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Type of treating the soil Active (hot) fertilizing the soil ~55 o C Higher temperature kill most pathogens Regularly mixing guarantee air circulation Faster (take weeks) Passive (chilly) fertilizing the soil ~30 o C Much slower (may take months) May create anaerobic condition, discharging scent and nursery gas (e.g. methane)

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Carbon : Nitrogen proportion High-carbon sources give the cellulose required by the fertilizing the soil microorganisms for change to sugars and warmth. (e.g. starch and cellulose) High-nitrogen sources give the most focused protein, which permit the manure microbes to survive and duplicate. (e.g. creature excrements, foods grown from the ground trimmings, leaves) The most quick treating the soil happens with the perfect carbon:nitrogen proportion of 25~30: 1 by dry synthetic weight.

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Garden Composting Links (area 1.2.1)

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Composting in Hong Kong Composting in Hong Kong is confined to domesticated animals squander as of now. Just 23 tons out of 200 tons of domesticated animals squander gathered day by day is utilized as a part of fertilizing the soil by contractual worker (EPD, 2003) Take 6 two months for fertilizer to end up distinctly develop

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Location of Sha Ling Livestock Waste Composting Plant (SLCP)

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Further reference Wikipedia Green Hong Kong Campaign—Green School Handbook

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