How to make mushroom dregs into organic fertilizer?
In the process of using edible mushroom residues to make organic fertilizers, the organic matter, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other nutritional elements and moisture content of the residues must be analyzed first, so as to determine the utilization value of the fungus residue. Generally speaking, the heavy metals in the bacteria residue will not exceed the standard.
Moisture content is an important factor affecting the use of fungal residues to produce organic fertilizers. Usually, the moisture content in the mushroom residue after harvesting is not high, generally below 40%, and the moisture content can be reduced to below 30% during the production of organic fertilizer, which meets the moisture requirements of organic fertilizer. If the fungus residue is wet by rainwater, the moisture content may reach more than 60%, and dehydration method must be used first.
The fungus slag with a moisture content below 40% is crushed to below 40 mesh with a semi-wet pulverizer, and magnetic substances such as iron and nickel are removed by an electromagnetic machine. It can be used as raw materials for the production of organic fertilizers. In the later stage, with the help of our organic fertilizer processing equipment, qualified and high-quality bio-organic fertilizers and organic-inorganic compound fertilizers can be produced. Welcome to contact us for details.