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  • Compost improves soil quality and structure

  • Supports moisture retention

  • Helps suppress plant diseases and pests

  • Regular use of compost reduces the need for chemical fertilizers

  • Supports the growth of beneficial bacteria and fungi that decompose organic matter into humus

  • Landfill reduces methane emissions

  • Minimizes carbon footprint

  • Processing of animal waste, agricultural waste, industrial waste, domestic waste, mineral waste and sludge waste

  • Ability to be controlled with PLC


For compost fertilizer applications, Compost Fertilizer Facility;
Compost is a mixture of matter and organic matter used to enrich and improve soil, usually made by decomposing plants, food waste and other organic matter. Compost provides nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium to the soil and improves its ability to retain these nutrients for longer periods of time. Fertilizers, on the other hand, are organic or chemical compounds used to nourish plants. The primary nutrients are nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus, all vital plant minerals, so farmers use fertilizer regularly to increase crop productivity. Compost and manure are complementary and both play an important role in keeping your crops and soil healthy.


The main difference between compost and manure is their purpose. While compost nourishes the soil, fertilizers provide nutrients for plants. As a result, the use of compost is flexible and universal, while the amounts and composition of fertilizer are more stringent to meet the exact needs of the plants.

Adding fertilizer to crops increases the amount of nutrients in the soil, but not all substances will meet the needs of fast-growing plants. The soil food web does not benefit significantly from the presence of fertilizer. Therefore, compost should be used to maintain the balance and health of the soil.


Both manure and compost can be organic or enriched with chemicals. Organic materials are more likely to maintain the composition of the soil, and all chemical products, whether manure or compost, should be used with caution.

Compost Fertilizer Plant advantages;

After the selection and preliminary treatment of raw materials, the first step in the production process of organic fertilizers is the preparation of compost. Self Propelled Compost Turner is used to prepare compost. The main function of this compost rotator is to rotate and mix organic materials, thus accelerating the entire fermentation process.

After fermentation, the organic material needs to be crushed and this step takes place in a high humidity compost crusher. This machine can grind materials with high moisture content. After the crushing and mixing process, the Organic Fertilizer Crushing Machine is used for the next stage, the granulation process. This machine is used to granulate the raw materials used in the preparation of organic fertilizer. Fertilizer granules produced in this way have high organic content and their particle sizes and properties can be adjusted by this granulator. After granulation, these granules need to be sieved. Screening is done using a Fertilizer Screening Machine which separates standard fertilizer granules from unqualified fertilizer pellets.

Organic fertilizer is prepared by this stage and needs to be packaged. Fertilizer packaging process is done using Automatic Fertilizer Packaging Machine. This machine can pack 2-50kg fertilizer granules per bag. The biggest problem that arises during organic fertilizer production is dust pollution. Unloading raw materials into the warehouse and transporting them to different workshops causes a lot of dust pollution. In addition, during the composting process, a lot of dust is mixed into the environment during the mixing and breaking down of raw materials and during the granulation stage.


Compost Turner
Fertilizer Crushing Machine
Fertilizer Spreader
Fertilizer Mixer
Rotary Dryer
Rotary Cooler
Rotary Screen
Rotary Drum Coating Machine
Fertilizer Packer

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