Goat manure is as large as soybean seeds, elliptical in shape. Goat manure is fermented to produce very good organic manure. Goat manure is used as a fertilizer to improve the soil, loosen the soil and have good economic value. Section to be used for growing flowers, grasses, and especially good for orchids and roses.
Using goat manure as fertilizer helps plants grow healthy and high yield, especially goat manure does not cause heat like some types of cow, horse or pig manure. Goat manure has no smell and is great for soil improvement. Goat manure also contains all the nutrients and micronutrients needed for plant growth. However, goat manure should be composted and treated before use.
Ingredients in goat manure
Goat manure contains 3% N, 1% P and 2% K
Chemical properties in goat manure
PH of goat manure is from 7.6 – 8.4. Chemical composition in goat manure includes 5 components: moisture, crude protein, crude fat, crude fiber and does not contain nitrogen. Except for moisture, the remainder is called dry manure. During composting and fertilization, the organic matter will be processed and broken down by microorganisms to synthesize, and eventually the manure will be humus and dissolve in the soil. Increase soil fertility.