|Fertilizer Agricultural Bio|
|Biodigester - Organic and Natural Products - Bio Fertilizer
- A biodigester is a machine used for the production of biogas, a mixture of gases created by methanogenic bacteria digesting organic matter in an anaerobic condition. A biodigester is often also referred to as a biogas chamber, a biogas plant or an anaerobic reactor. Biogas is used as a substitute for natural gas and propane in a range of situations from cooking, heating, and lighting, to electricity generation, and vehicle fuel. Biodigesters also produce an effluent slurry that is used as a fertilizer in a range of agricultural applications. Biodigesters are used in many countries to process animal and certain plant agricultural waste. They can also be used as a sanitation system for the processing of human waste.
|Biotech - Organic and Natural Products - Bio Fertilizer
New technique in Biofertilizer - Generally biofertilizers are carrier based and always in powder form. The carrier is mostly lignite, which has high organic matter content, and it holds more than 200% water, which enhances the growth of the micro-organisms. Before use slurry is made which is applied to seed. This method is universal unless it has some difficulty in application to seed no other method is used. Recently university of agricultural sciences, Bangalore has developed a method- dry complex fertilizer for direct soil application. This method consists of granules (1-2 mm) made from tank bed clay (TBC). These granules are baked at 2000C in a muffle furnace, which helps to sterilize the material and gives porosity to granules. The baked granules are soaked in a suspension of nitrogen fixing bacteria grown in a suitable medium overnight. The clay granules are air dried at room temperature under aseptic conditions. The granules contain more than a billion of bacteria per gram of granules. These granules are suitable for field application along with seeds and fertilizers in furrows. However, quantity of biofertilizer to be applied will be slightly higher than seed application.
|Experiment - Organic and Natural Products - Bio Fertilizer
Recently university of agricultural sciences, Bangalore has developed a method- dry complex fertilizer for direct soil application. This method consists of granules (1-2 mm) made from tank bed clay (TBC). These granules are baked at 2000C in a muffle furnace, which helps to sterilize the material and gives porosity to granules. The baked granules are soaked in a suspension of nitrogen fixing bacteria grown in a suitable medium overnight. The clay granules are air dried at room temperature under aseptic conditions.
|Farming - Organic and Natural Products - Bio Fertilizer
In preference to the use of off-farm inputs, organic farming emphasizes management practices, taking into account that regional conditions require locally adapted systems. Utilizing both traditional and scientific knowledge, organic agricultural systems rely on agronomic, biological, and mechanical methods (these may require external inputs of nonrenewable resources, like tractor fuel), as opposed to using synthetic materials, to fulfill any specific function within the system. Organic farming is also associated with support for principles beyond cultural practices, such as fair trade and environmental stewardship, although this does not apply to all organic farms and farmers. Organic farming excludes the use of synthetic inputs, such as synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). In many countries the use of veterinarydrugs is excluded. In a number of countries, including the US, Bulgaria, Iceland, Norway, Romania, Switzerland, Turkey, Australia, India, Japan, the Philippines, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Argentina, Costa Rica, Tunisia, and in the EU, organic farming is also defined by law, so that the commercial use of the term organic to describe farming and food products is regulated by the government. Where laws exist, organic certification is available to farms for a fee, and it is usually illegal for a non-certified farm to call itself or its products organic . Elsewhere, for example, in Canada, voluntary certification is available, while legislation may be pending.
|Organic Food - Organic Foods and Natural Products
Sustainability - Proponents of organic farming say that "conventional" farming is unsustainable, because it relies on artificial inputs (synthetic fertilizers and other chemicals, machinery, etc.) that ultimately requires energy in the form of fossil fuels, and because the land is degraded through soil erosion, salinization, and other processes that eventually render the soil infertile. Many claim that without cheap fossil fuels and government subsidies, conventional agriculture would not be possible, and that despite technological advancements, there will eventually be an agricultural crisis as a result of depleted soil. The cultivation of monocultures, many acres planted with the same crop year after year, increases susceptibility to pests and diseases and depletes the soil, while eliminating most native flora and fauna. In contrast, organic farming often utilizes intercropping, crop rotation, fallow periods, and integrated pest management to promote biodiversity and preserve the health of the soil while minimizing the risk of diseases. The main goal of organic farming is sustainability, so organic farms seek to minimize dependance on outside resources and be self-sufficient.
|Garden - Organic and Natural Products - Bio Fertilizer
The agricultural project (product) has remarkable economic, ecological and social benefits. All people are the beneficiaries of the product, whether they are investors of producing or the users of applying the fertilizer or the consumers of the foods with the fertilizer applied. First, making the fertilizer consumes a great deal of industrial wastes, turning garbage into fertilizer and bringing investors good returns. Second the fertilizer user can restrain the pollution of chemical fertilizer and pesticides effectively, protect the underground water resource, improve soil and make soil richer, and produce qualified organic foods (green foods) for serving humans directly.
|Product - Organic and Natural Products - Bio Fertilizer
Pecos Agricultural, Corp. - Organic fertilizers consist of pure feedlot manures from castle (and sheep) being fed high protein/high energy rations comprised of natural grains and roughages.
|Storage - Organic and Natural Products - Bio Fertilizer
Run warehouses for the storage of agricultural produce, seeds, fertilizers and notified commodities for individuals, co-operatives and other institutions,
|Use - Organic and Natural Products - Bio Fertilizer
An efficient plant nutrient management on a farm should evaluate the reserve stock available and should carefully examine their inflow and outflow. Ange has likened IPNS to a capital system where the fixed capital refers to the soil reserves of plant nutrients and working capital is made up of residues returned to the farm and annual investment in fertilizers. It may be pointed out that agricultural systems differ from the natural forest systems, where the nutrients are completely recycled. In agricultural systems the nutrients in the form of grain,straw and other produce are taken away from the farm. If the nutrients continuously removed are not replenished as in Indian Agriculture, the reserve stock (the capital) is also continuously depleted. That is why the question of sustainability of present day high
|Contamination - Food, Bio, Organic and Natural Products
One area where organically produced food is demonstrably different is in the reduction of nitrates, which are commonly used to stimulate production of conventionally farmed agricultural products. Nitrates reduce the transmission of oxygen in the bloodstream or may under certain situations become nitrosamines, which are carcinogens. Organic foods do not use nitrates as a fertilizer, and so present a reduced nitrosamines risk, although the use of nitrates and the nitrate content of the final product in conventional foods is regulated by region.
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