Wed, 04 Jul 2018 13:04 - Updated Wed, 04 Jul 2018 13:04
Tropical Ecology Center creates liquid biofertilizer
Luanda - Technicians from the Center for Tropical Ecology and Climate Change (CETAC), based in Huambo, successfully tested a liquid biofertilizer, composed of recycled vegetable waste, which adds nutritive value to the soils of the central region of the country.
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Director of CETAC, Joaquim Laureano
The fact was revealed this (Wednesday) by the director of CETAC, Joaquim Laureano, noting that the product, under study since 2016, will facilitate production of cheaper fertilizers, as well as reduce the negative impact to the soil.
The director informed that for the creation of the product were used grass vegetable waste and cattle dejects to find a compound with nutritive value, according to local soils.
The results of this and other fertilizers studied at the Center for Tropical Ecology and Climate Change were presented at the last fair of Environmental Technologies in Luanda.