Cow Urine Fermentation (Bison bonasus L) as Fertilizer Liquid

Plants as living things need food / nutrients to live and breed. Plants get food, especially of mineral reserves in the soil contained in organic materials, organic wastes, nitrogen-fixing bacteria, sediment through the air, etc. Nutrients derived from land plants are converted into carbohydrates through photosynthesis process of plants.

The availability of food plants is influenced by soil fertility. Soil fertility is the ability of soil to provide nutrients in sufficient quantities to support growth and proliferation. This definition is often understood too narrowly by only considering the nature of the chemical / soil fertility which concerns only the number and availability of nutrients contained in soil. The concept of soil fertility is actually much broader. Aspect soil fertility is the physical properties of soil, soil density, soil structure and porosity / estrangement soil / water absorbing capability.

To get the fertility of the soil is required the addition of materials containing nutrients. Organic nutrients can be obtained from the fermentation of cow urine. Cow (Bison benasus L) is a large ruminant which has many benefits both to humans or plants, such as meat, milk, leather, power and dirt. In addition, Urine cows (Bison benasus L) can be made liquid fertilizer as a pesticide for crops.

Liquid manure from cow urine (Bison benasus L) is very easy and does not take long and good for the plants compared with artificial fertilizer factory. The materials used to make liquid fertilizer are also easily available and relatively low cost.

In world agriculture, cow urine is beneficial for farmer because of cow urine contains variety of nutrients that can be used as liquid fertilizer. Before being used as agricultural fertilizer, cow urine is fermented firstly. How to ferment cow urine as follows:

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