Benefits of Bio-Slurry
- Soil conditioner as it contains 1020% of humic acid.
- Comprehensive nutrition and high quality.
- Pro-biotic microbial-derived bioactivator which is the food source of earth worms.
- Phytohormones or plant growth substance.
- May serve as pesticide and organic fungicide.
- Good mixing materials for vermicompost fertilizer, bokashi fertilizer, mushroom culture media, pond fertilizer, and fish and eel feedstuff.
Once it has left the outlet, liquid bio-slurry may be precipitated or left alone in a covered reservoir pit for a minimum of one week to reduce or eliminate gases harmful both for plants and livestock. For solid use (dry), bio-slurry is recommended to be left dried naturally (protected from direct sunlight exposure) for a minimum of 40 days.
Utilizing the Bio-slurry in the Yard and the Field
Liquid bio-slurry (wet) may be immediately used for fertilizer in the house yard which require only small amount. When required for the use in the field in a sizable amount, liquid bio-slurry may be transported via a vehicle. For a hilly ground or slope, use solid bio-slurry or the ones which have been composted to facilitate the handling and transport. Bio-slurry may be directly applied or liquefied with water with a ratio of 1:1 or 1:2.
Bio-slurry may be directly applied if it is odorless and contain a small amount or none of the gas bubbles.
Sprinkling and spraying of fertilizers may be done on farming ground by using liquid bio-slurry (wet) or solid (dry) or a mixture of both:
- Solid bio-slurry is applied by spreading during soil processing and mid-growing season.
- Liquid bio-slurry is applied by pouring it in each hole when mulch is in use or sprayed between the plots or plants.