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Pollina

good morning,

I am writing to you this mail because I want to know the

chemical composition of droppings.

in addition if it is not a problem for you, I would like

know if the droppings, before being used as

fertilizer must undergo processing (ad

for example fermentations, dehydrations or hydrations

etc… )

thank you from now for the reply and I offer you i

my best regards

daniele


Pollina

Dear Daniele,

Thank you for contacting us regarding the pollen question.

Home composting is a natural process for making good ones

soil from organic kitchen waste, garden and vegetable garden. The

composting can be done with heaps in a part of the garden or with

specific "composter" (aerated container).

Composting does nothing but exploit the natural processes of

decomposition of organic materials, accelerating them. The vegetable parts

clearly affected by parasites or diseases, should not be introduced into the

compost, as the sanitizing action due to the high temperatures

they reach does not totally guarantee from the risk of finding themselves in the compost

infectious agents. The same goes for plant seeds

weeds. The transformation action is made by microorganisms therefore yes

must have already composted material "the so-called mother" to be entered

in the droppings, it is necessary to add nutrients for the bacteria (of

usually nitrogen) and then create aeration and mixing. As a function of time

composting is obtained fresh compost (2/4 mes); ready compost (5/8

months, stable in which biological activity no longer produces heat); compost

mature (12/18/24 months):

We advise you to deepen the composting speech on special

publications such as: "Practical home composting manual" by editors

of the Autonomous Region of Valle d'Aosta and of the Agricultural School of the Park of

Monza, The organic garden published by La casa verde

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