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Manure or fertilizer biological, ecological, natural and organic

Ecological organic fertilizers

  • Green manures (are crops grown with the primary function of bury them green to the soil as manure.) Pulses are used to provide nitrogen. Lupins for acid soil and chalky soil, vetch, sweet clover, peas, beans, clover and alfalfa)
  • Ash firewood or wood
  • Home compost
  • Industrial compost (which sold in the 'gardens')
  • Liquid humic amendments
  • Solid organic amendments
  • Buried straw or clumps of potato, beet bottlenecks
  • Animal manure
  • Poultry manure
  • Cattle manure
  • Horse manure
  • Goat manure
  • Goat manure
  • Pig manure
  • Rabbit manure
  • Manure from chickens
  • Sheep manure
  • Sheep manure
  • Chicken manure
  • Cow dung
  • Droppings of bats
  • Seaweed extracts
  • Humic extracts
  • Chicken manure
  • Pellets, zurrapa, coffee and tea dregs
  • Guano
  • Meat meal
  • Horns, Horn steer and ground bone meal
  • Fish meal
  • Blood meal
  • Hummus barks
  • Humus of diatoms
  • Vermicompost
  • Humus forms in liquid
  • Lisier
  • Lisier pig
  • Sludge from wastewater treatment plants
  • Mulch
  • Pine needle mulch
  • Manure mulch
  • Cocoa bean mulch
  • Mulch of leaves
  • Mulch refined bulk or packaging
  • Plant litter (forest land)
  • Olive pomace
  • Grape Marc
  • Palomina
  • Poultry manure
  • Distillery pulps
  • Slurry (solid and liquid manure with clean water)
  • Blood powder
  • Dried blood
  • Peat black
  • Peat blonde
  • Vermicompost (obtained thanks to worms)

Organic fertilizers

  • Natural phosphates
  • Siliceous rock
  • Potassium chloride
  • Dolomite
  • Magnesite
  • Magnesium sulphate, magnesite
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