METHODOLOGY FOR STUDYING OF SOME BASIC PARAMETERS IN THE GRANULATION PROCESS OF POULTRY MANURE Part 1 Object and methodology of the study
Study of granulation process of poultry manure: In a pragmatic approach to solving the problem of utilization of fresh poultry manure in the short term, it may not only become a non-waste industry but also a source of valuable organic fertilizer for agriculture with excellent financial returns. Increase in water retention capacity of the soil and the content of the macro elements in the root inhabited layer of soil result in the increase of the yields. The analysis shows that the effect of using granulated bird dung is valuable and the advantages are summarized. The study aims to establish the optimal values of the main factors affecting the process, where the minimum specific energy consumption and maximum productivity and strength of the obtained granules are achieved.
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