|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Kg|
|Packaging||25 Kg Bag|
|Application||Farming, Planting , Gardening|
|Organic Matter||100% ORGANIC Substance|
|Target Crops And Plants||All types of Crop, Fruits, Flowersand Plants.|
|Shelf Life||1 Year|
Composting Manures Cow Dung Fertilizer:
The Benefits Of Cow Manure Compost.
The Indian cow dung increases the mineral status of soil, enhances the resistance of plant against pests and diseases; stimulate plant growth and other beneficial activities such as sulpho oxidation and phosphorus solubilization.
Cattle manure is basically made up of digested grass and grain. Cow dung is high in organic materials and rich in nutrients.??It contains about 3 percent nitrogen, 2 percent phosphorus, and 1 percent potassium (3-2-1 NPK)By mixing this compost into the soil, you can improve its moisture-holding capacity. This allows you to water less frequently, as the roots of plants can use the additional water and nutrients when needed. Additionally, it will improve aeration, helping to break up compacted soils. Composted cow manure also contains beneficial bacteria, which convert nutrients into easily accessible forms so they can be slowly released without burning tender plant roots. Composting cow manure also produces about a third less greenhouse gases, making it environmentally friendly.Composted cattle manure adds significant amounts of organic material to the soil. With the addition of cow manure fertilizer, you can improve the overall health of your soil and produce healthy, vigorous plants.