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Ripe manure for more soil fertility and biodiversity

filterfloor for reduced emissions and healthy animals and fertile soil

Ripe manure for more soil fertility and biodiversity

Thanks to the direct manure separation on the Filterfloor, the manure quality is better preserved.
By maturing the solid part, the faeces, by fermentation (Bokashi) or composting, a valuable organic fertilizer product is created with a lot of organic matter and minerals, which feeds the biodiversity in the soil. Ripe manure ensures good soil fertility and is the basis for an optimal yield and a healthy and tasty crop.

Better soil structure and better rooting

The organic matter in solid manure improves the soil structure and stimulates the formation of humus. A layer of humus acts like a sponge and absorbs: water and nutrients and then gradually releases them to the plant. In a structure with sufficient humus rooting and resistance to diseases will also increase.

“A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself”     (F.D. Roosevelt)

Less leaching of minerals

Soil with a good structure has a buffering capacity for minerals such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, which prevents leaching to ground water and surface water, so that the minerals remain longer available. Because the minerals remain longer available, less synthetic fertilizer is needed to feed the plants. In addition to these savings, it also has a positive effect on soil fertility and structure. This also ensures a water storage capacity, which means that more water is longer available during drier periods.

More earthworms, more humus

Rainworms are real tunnel builders and their digging activities ensure that a good soil structure is created, which provides more oxygen and better water management in the soil. During these excavations, the worms convert organic waste material into valuable humus. This humus stimulates the biodiversity in the soil. Earthworms are an important part of the ecosystem and feed soil, plants and farmland birds.

Soil fertility and CO2 storage

During the decomposition of organic matter in solid manure, nutrients such as nitrogen (N) are released through mineralisation. These nutrients are absorbed by soil life and plants. In order to maintain a healthy soil fertility, a sufficient supply of organic matter is essential for an optimal organic matter balance in the soil.
Moreover, organic matter consists of carbon(C) for the largest part. By capturing carbon in the soil, the amount of greenhouse gas (CO2) in the atmosphere is reduced and thus also makes a positive contribution to fighting climate change.

 Filterfloor is a start-up that develops and markets a unique, patented Filterfloor system for manure separation at the source. As a start-up, we have gained several years of experience. The development has reached the final phase, which is why we are looking for early adopters who are prepared to give access to their barns for testing the patented Filterfloor system. These pilot projects are intended for research into final emission measurements.

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    8531 AA Lemmer
    The Netherlands
     
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