Analysis of current situation of organic fertilizer equipment


Because of the long-term excessive use of chemical fertilizer, the organic matter of the soil will be reduced, the nutrient of the soil will be lost, the quality of agricultural products will be reduced, and the food safety will be threatened. In order to solve this problem, the United States and other western countries will use a lot of organic fertilizer, among which the use of organic fertilizer has reached about 50% of the total amount of fertilizer.

In view of this situation, many investors found this market blank, but at present, the price of organic fertilizer equipment in the local area is very expensive, and they may choose to import fertilizer equipment to reduce the investment cost. However, there are some fertilizer equipment problems such as complex structure, serious corrosion and so on. There is no special team to develop, optimize and improve the corresponding equipment. With the development of economy and the increase of environmental protection, any industry will develop in the direction of energy saving, environmental protection and low carbon. For the production equipment of organic fertilizer, it will develop in the direction of light, small and intelligent.

So for investors, in addition to understanding the organic fertilizer production process, they should also carefully understand several core fertilizer equipment in the organic fertilizer production line, such as compost machine, fertilizer granulator, screening machine, etc., analyze their working performance, service cycle, price, control mode, market ownership, etc., and clarify the advantages and disadvantages of various production equipment, Prepare for the selection of organic fertilizer equipment.

Organic fertilizer equipment is the key to the success of a fertilizer enterprise, and also the key to the production of high-quality products. It realizes the circular development of agriculture, the pollution-free treatment of agricultural organic waste, the organic transformation of production, and the development of green agriculture. 
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