Press Mud Compost is a residue left over from sugarcane after extraction of juice. Depending on the quality of cane and the extraneous matter that comes with sugarcane, press mud is also 3.5% to 4.5% of total cane crushed. The composition of raw press mud includes carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, potash, calcium, manganese, iron, silicon and wax. The composition varies significantly on the soil condition, cane varieties, period of supply of cane & geographical variation.
Enriched with the nutrient-nitrogen
Increased soil carbon production
Improved soil drainage
Benefits of Press Mud Spent Wash Compost:
The content of nitrogen, phosphorous & potash in press-mud is about 2.5%, 1.5% and 3% respectively.
We produce manure by using press-mud, which besides being soil friendly manure also substitutes potash, a large quantity of which is imported in the country thus, saving foreign exchange also.
Our press mud spent wash has ratio 1:2:0.
Retains nutrients and prevents them from leaching way the plant roots.
Improves the physical, chemical & biological properties of the soil.
Improves the soil structure, air circulation & water retention capacity of the soil.
Contain both the Macro-nutrient (nitrogen, phosphorus, & potash) & Micro-nutrient (calcium, sulphur, magnesium iron etc) essential for plant growth.
Increase the yield & quality of field, vegetable, trees & fruit crops.
Can easily be applied as both base dressing & top dressing.
Improves alkaline & saline soil.
Helps the growth of the root by improving soil fertility & soil structure.
Useful for all types of field crops, vegetable crops, orchards, kitchen gardens & flowers.