Russian scientists obtained fertilizers from poultry and livestock waste

Scientists from the Ural Federal University has developed a highly efficient method for obtaining fertilizers from poultry and livestock waste, reported the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.

The technical expert of the project, Konstantin Lukyashin, said that, according to the technology, biological waste is first decontaminated, and then an organo-mineral complex fertilizer is obtained.

Ural Federal University scientists continue to conduct large-scale research on this type of fertilizer. Comparative tests carried out on seedlings of amaranth and oats showed good results.

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