Elephant Dung Manure Organic Fertilizer For Plants

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★ Organic fertilizers ★ Best for all kinds of plants ★ 500 grms per plant
★ Slow-release fertilizer ★ Apply once in 3 months ★ Best compost potting mix
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Description

Elephant manure refers to the manure made from feces or dung produced by elephants. As herbivores, elephants consume a large quantity of plant matter, which results in the production of significant amounts of waste.

Elephant manure, a harder to find organic manure is really having a great nutritional value. The undigested plant matter when composted transforms into a great treat for your plants making them healthy and flourish.

The waste matter is collected and is aged and sundried to prevent the growth of unwanted pathogens and to prevent excessive chemical reactions from happening. later the matter is powdered or broken down into smaller chunks which helps in decomposing it faster, which in turn helps plants in absorbing it faster.

How to use:

  • It can be applied directly to the soil before planting or used as a top dressing around existing plants.
  • It can be mixed with soil while making the potting mix. (Use very little portion while introduction)
  • The dried powdered manure can be mixed with water and then applied as liquid fertilizer.

**Spread the manure a few inches away from the base of the plants to prevent plant rot from the heat released by the fertilizers.

Agricultural Applications:

  • Organic Fertilizer: Elephant manure is rich in organic matter and nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. It can be composted or aged to allow microbial decomposition and used as a natural fertilizer for plants. The composted manure can be spread on gardens, farmland, or potted plants to improve soil fertility and promote healthy plant growth.
  • Vermicomposting: Elephant manure can be fed to earthworms for vermicomposting. The worms consume the manure and produce nutrient-rich castings, also known as worm compost. These castings are highly beneficial for plant growth and can be used as a soil amendment or added to compost mixes.
  • Soil Amendment: Due to its fibrous nature, elephant manure can help improve soil structure and moisture retention. It enhances the soil’s ability to hold water and nutrients, prevents erosion, and promotes beneficial microbial activity. Mixing composted elephant manure into soil can enhance its quality, particularly in sandy or nutrient-poor soils.

Other Applications:

  • Biogas Production: Elephant manure can be used as a feedstock for biogas production. Through anaerobic digestion, microorganisms break down the organic matter in the manure and produce biogas, which mainly consists of methane. Biogas can be used as a renewable energy source for cooking, heating, or electricity generation.
  • Art and Crafts: In some regions, elephant dung is used in art and craft applications. The fibrous nature of dried dung can be processed and molded into various shapes. It is sometimes used as a medium for sculpting, pottery, or papermaking.
  • Agarbathi: In some places, agarbathi and other scented items are made from the dung of the huge.

Customer Reviews

1 review for Elephant Dung Manure Organic Fertilizer For Plants

  1. sasyamruth123@gmail.com

    best product

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