Fermented Organic Manure (FOM) is a byproduct of operational biogas or compressed biogas (CBG) plants used as a fertilizer.
Soil Enrichment: FOM is used to improve soil fertility by adding essential nutrients, organic matter, and beneficial microorganisms. It enhances soil structure, water retention, and nutrient availability to plants.
Crop Nutrient Supply: FOM provides a source of essential nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, as well as secondary and micronutrients to support plant growth. It acts as a natural and slow-release fertilizer.
Reducing Chemical Fertilizer Dependency: FOM can partially or wholly replace synthetic chemical fertilizers, reducing the environmental impact and costs associated with chemical fertilization.
Enhanced Plant Growth: Application of FOM promotes healthier and more vigorous plant growth, leading to increased crop yields and improved quality of fruits, vegetables, and other agricultural products.
Waste Management: FOM is an effective way to recycle and utilize organic waste materials, such as crop residues, kitchen scraps, and animal manure, reducing the need for landfill disposal.
Reduced Soil Erosion: By enhancing soil structure and root development, FOM helps reduce soil erosion, particularly in areas prone to erosion.