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Dung

Dung

Regular use of dung changes the composition of the soil particles and changes the material properties significantly. Organic carbohydrates help to grow. Due to the good growth of the root system, the production and carrying of the tree’s life-forms are also good. But in addition to dung, food from other sources has to be used. Dung serves as a supplement to the health of the soil.

Benefits of Dung manure

  • The quantity of foodstuffs from dung is very low compared to chemical fertilizers. But because of the high concentration of organic matter, the environment favors the growth of microorganisms. Therefore, the bacteria that help to provide foodstuffs in the soil such as azotobacter, phosphorus, etc. The number of other microorganisms increases significantly. Earthworms of earthworms grow.
  • It helps to increase the amount of organic carb in the soil.
  • Regular use of dung changes the composition of the soil particles and changes the material properties significantly.
  • Naturally-grown organisms that provide other nutrients, including azotobacter, such as ground-based biochemistry-pesticides such as Trichoderma, Pseudomonas, Psyllomycosis, Bavaria, Metarhizium and organic fertilizers.
  • The respiration of the root system of the soil increases the production of the respiratory tract by increasing respiration. White root growth is strong and the crop is healthy throughout the season.
  • Due to the good growth of the white root, the growth and transport of the organism in the tree are very good.
  • As the water holding capacity of the soil increases, so too does the expected change in the soil mass.

Care to be taken when mixing dung in soil:

  • Farmers with small areas mix the fields as field fertilizers, dung stored in the pits all year long. Such dung should be well roasted. Such dung is found in pesticides such as hummus, cocktail weevil, coconut rhinoceros larvae, etc. What many farmers refer to as “dung beetles”, the larvae of such varieties of weeds are spread by dung, damaging the main crop in the field.
  • Birds of the insect lay eggs in decaying mites, such as dung during May-June. Therefore, the field dung pit, lid, litter, etc. should be emptied at the beginning of May and mixed with the field. Therefore, after the rains, the spread of eggs after laying can be stopped. When mixing dung in the ground, the weeds of the weeds found in them will be crushed and destroyed.
  • On summer days, when farmers are short of fodder, farmers leave their fields to graze on open fields. Their dung is scattered in the field.
  • As well as the rains that fall in late May or early June, female hatchlings lay eggs in such decaying dung. Therefore, the next crop to be harvested in such fields is affected by the Humni al.
  • In some fields, goats and sheep are placed in a circular arena, where the prevalence of humans is most prevalent in the rainy season. The fungus dung should not be in the fungus that causes pesticides, die disease, root disease, germplasm, sludge or pathogenic fungus.
  • In many cases, grass-fed grass is used as a fodder for animal feed. At the root of such weeds, the soil in the field goes into the pit with pathogenic spores. It grows in a place with other organisms. At such a time it is necessary to undergo biological processing for the dung.

The number of foodstuffs obtained from one tonne of dung:

Sodium: 5.6 kg, phosphorus: 3.5 kg,
Palash: 7.8 kg, sulfur: one kg,
Tue: 200g, zinc: 96g, iron: 80
G, copper: 15.6 g, boron: 20 g,
Molybdenum: 2.3 g, cobalt: one gram.

Possible procedures for Dung manure

  • The dung should be well roasted when mixed in the field. Compost culture should be used to completely clean the dung. When using compost culture, one kilo or one liter of culture is sufficient for a tonne of dung.
  • To prevent the spread of fungal diseases caused by dung, biological factors like Trichoderma viridi, Pseudomonas fluorescens should be used in the field. Organic pesticides such as Metarhizium anisopli, Bavaria bassiana should be used for the control of dung.
  • Buffaloes, cows that are brought out of the herd in cows, sometimes appear in small plastic bottles, injection syringes — needles, animal wastes, glass, plastic gloves discarded after artificial insemination, tubes. When such factors come into the field, they increase pollution. Therefore, select these items and then fertilize the field.
  • When a partially roasted dung is mixed with the soil in a vegetable crop, heat is generated when the dung is roasted. This can adversely affect the number of useful microorganisms, earthworms, and roots. Therefore, instead of fresh dung, partially roasted dung, they should be well roasted and then mixed into the soil.
  • It is better if mixed in the field by composting the dung, field waste, organic waste of livestock and composting using organic matter. If this is not possible, store the dung in a freezer and pour water on it, using a compost culture and rinse it well. Then such well-roasted manure should be dug in the field.
  • When digging dung in the orchard, dig a pit and then submerge it in soil. Organic matter decomposes quickly due to exposure to soil. If possible, make such manure from such dung and then add it to the garden. This will give a greater benefit.
  • Care should be taken not to spread the seeds of herbaceous plants in such fields while fertilizing the herds of goats and sheep. Goats — Sheep goats eat herds of goats. Therefore, acacia seeds are released by their droppings. When the herd is planted in the garden, acacia trees will continue to grow for the next five to six years. So his troubles occur year after year in the coming season.
  • Some farmers mix the thin dung fields in the buffalo stables as well. But the moisture content of such fertilizers is very high. Therefore, after mixing such dung, the dry organic matter obtained from it is very low.
  • Outside the village, each house has its own set of drought plans. In these areas, pollution of plastic products is seen in such places. Therefore, proper care should be taken when using such dung fields.

Use of dung:

  • When cultivating the land, it is advisable to mix 5 to 10 tonnes of hectares before cultivation. As per the availability of orchards, 10–15 tonnes of dung should be mixed.
  • When preparing the vegetable nursery, sow the seeds after the use of Trichoderma with well-roasted dung on a mattress.
  • If small piles of well-roasted dung are mixed with organic pesticides such as Trichoderma, Pseudomonas, and organic fertilizers for up to 15 days, the growth of such biological elements is accelerated. Then mixing all such heaps and mixing them in vegetable crops, orchards yield very good results. Dung can be used as a good medium for the growth of biological components.
  • Before making mattresses for vegetable crops like tomatoes, 20 tonnes of hectare should be mixed with the fields including dung, neem powder, Trichoderma, etc. The seedlings should be planted on the mattress prepared later.