Treatment of farm manure with KE-agar

Farm fertilizers are one of the most important issues in a healthy recycling economy. Basically, there are no bad farm fertilizers, however, it is very important that the agriculturist as the responsible person ensures that the soil and thus the capital of the farm is neither inhibited nor weakened by the farm fertilizers accumulated on the farm. Processing the farm fertilizers accumulated on the farm thus not only brings healthier soils, but above all also sustainably better gains with high quality.


When processing agricultural farm fertilizers like liquid manure or slurry, it is very important to transfer substances like ammonium, nitrogen, phosphor, potash, urea and mineral nutrients etc. into an organically bound form. In this type of farm fertilizers, ions are usually present in aqueous solution, they are easily to be flushed out and in the long term harm the soil permanently. Farm fertilizers processed correctly, by contrary, do not burn the sod and the very important earthworms anymore. KE-agrar now contains the biology that can, among other things, manage this important binding of ions in aqueous solution in the natural cycle.


KE-agrar for the processing of farm fertilizers basically has 2 tasks:

  • Transforming decay into rotting
  • Processing the farm fertilizer and transferring nutrients into an organic binding


First of all good news - if KE-agrar is fed, no additional manure treatment with KE is normally necessary.


Liquid manure treatment:

0.3 l KE-agrar + 5.0 l water per m³ accumulated liquid manure.


Treatment of an already full liquid manure pit or Substrates from biogas plants:

Mix in 0.3 l KE-agrar + 5.0 l water per m³ liquid manure

Additionally per m³ lurry 3 – 4 kg short chaffed straw (3 – 4 cm), straw meal or strawy dung per 10 m³ pit volume and let it work for 8 – 10 weeks.


Solid manure treatment:

Per m³ solid manure, basically an amount of 100 – 150 ml KE-agrar is sufficient. The best is to spray every day already in the stable on the fresh manure or in the manure path, boxes, etc.