Various fertilizers are produced from the biomass left after production of biogas.
Biomass after anaerobic digestion
Biomass is a valuable organic fertilizer containing from 2 % to 4 % of dry materials. It can be added to soil, grasslands and winter crops with a sewage truck or special irrigation-supplementation facilities. It is a valuable fertilizer that increases amount of humus, improves structure of the soil and has better NKP (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium) values than cattle sewage. (See Biomass after anaerobic digestion)
Compost fertilizer is a bulk and biodegraded material containing from 15 % to 25 % of dry materials. It is rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other micro-nutrients, vital for all plants. It can be disseminated on the soil using manure spreaders or disseminators. It has a particular value for crops, potatoes and vegetables. (See Compost fertilizers).
Biomass concentrate is a liquid organic fertilizer produced by separating liquid fraction of a biomass and by concentrating it. It has from 6 % to 12 % of dry material and contains a huge concentration of micro and macro nutrients essential for all kinds of plants. It can be added to soil, grasslands and winter crops with a sewage truck or special irrigation-supplementation facilities. (See Biomass concentrate)
Many farmers are happy using UAB “Kurana” produced fertilizers.
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