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How to make microbial organic fertilizer – the number 1 fertilizer for your garden

microbial organic fertilizer good for plants
microbial organic fertilizer good for plants

Microorganic fertilizer It is a fertilizer used by many garden lovers. This type of fertilizer is considered not only good for your plants but also helps to protect the environment, is an extremely effective way to treat waste?

So is microbial organic fertilizer difficult to make? Find out now!

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Materials to prepare to make microbial organic fertilizer

Materials for making microbial organic fertilizer

Waste products derived from green plants.

Household household waste: Rotten vegetables, leftovers, fruit peels, rice bran… This is considered the easiest ingredient to find that every family has. That is not only the way to create microbial organic fertilizer but also the most optimal way to treat household waste.

Table of common types of organic waste
Types of organic waste that can be used

Agricultural waste, mainly after-harvest plant remains such as straw, corn stalks and leaves, peanuts. Water hyacinth or green manure plants can be used, etc. You can also make use of the bark for legumes, coffee and can make use of rice husks.

In addition, you can make use of fruit residues, coffee grounds, bagasse or sawdust, sugarcane mulch, charcoal humus to make microbial organic fertilizers.


Fresh cow dung
Manure – cow dung

Besides, you can also use fresh manure of your livestock and poultry such as chickens, pigs, buffaloes, cows… to compost into micro-organic fertilizers.


You can use preparations that are easy to find on the market such as: BIMA, ACTIVE CLEANER, Canplus, Emuniv, SEMSR, BIO-F, BiOVAC, BiCAT, Bio EM…

Dosage of materials used to make microbial organic fertilizer

Below is a table of ingredients and dosage of materials needed to compost 1 ton of microbial organic fertilizer. The table below may vary depending on the amount of compost you compost.

IngredientDosage (kg)
Green plant by-products600-800
BioproductsBased on the dose prescribed by the doctor (experienced person)
Molasses or molasses juice (fruit peels soaked in water)2-3
Rice bran3


Absolutely do not add inorganic fertilizers or lime when using biological products, except BioEM. Many people do not understand this problem, so they accidentally destroy all beneficial microorganisms for the decomposition process.

Necessary materials in the process of making microbial organic fertilizer

Plastic, styrofoam or wooden containers (your choice and can use leftovers in the family) to compost microbial organic fertilizers. You need to estimate the size of the bin corresponding to the amount of microbial organic fertilizer that you need to compost for the best results.

Some tools have the ability to stir such as bamboo tubes, long chopsticks, sticks, etc.

Roofing materials: Tarpaulin, lids of plastic containers, styrofoam, used convenient raincoats or burning old raincoats, etc.

Some familiar gardening materials such as watering can, rake, hoe, shovel, rake.

Place of microbial organic compost

Compost with ground soil or paving bricks, paving with cement. Make sure the composting place is flat, not too steep.

For flat ground, it is advisable to create more trenches around the composting place and small collection pits, not to let the compost water run out after irrigation.

Microorganic compost should be composted outdoors or in a shed (undercover). Place the compost bin in a place where it is easy to see and move.

How to make microbial organic fertilizer

Mix the preparation and molasses juice together. Can be replaced by equivalent products. It is advisable to leave the mixed part in the watering can to facilitate the process of making microbial organic fertilizer.

First class: Spread non-biodegradable agricultural waste evenly throughout the bottom of the bin, accounting for about 1/4 of the bin of microbial organic fertilizer (20% of the total prepared by-products).

Self-composting microbial organic fertilizer
Self-composting microbial organic fertilizer

Second class: Spread over a layer of manure (accounting for 30% of the total amount of manure prepared). You can also use concentrated fertilizer water to water the first layer, then evenly water the mixture of probiotics and molasses on top.

Third class: Sprinkle in the empty container with rice bran or tapioca. This is considered a background source of nutrients that provide energy for microorganisms to work

Do this in a row so that all three layers are overlapped one after another until they fit the top of the barrel – about 10-20cm from the top of the barrel. If your microbial composting material is dry, add more water after each layer. The amount of additional watering depends on the dryness or humidity of the material you use.

Cover the manure container with the materials prepared in the previous stage. Punch a few more holes so that the light can shine in but not directly and pay attention to maintain the temperature of the compost in the range of 40 to 50ºC.

Microorganic fertilizer
Microorganic fertilizer

You should check once every 3 days and stir the compost well.

Should pick up stool to test. If the squeeze is broken, it means that your microorganic fertilizer is too dry. Now you just need to add green ingredients and water more. If you squeeze the water out too much, the stool is not hot enough, your stool may be wet. Conspicuous is the smell of feces like old garbage. In this case, you should add some dry leaves and stop watering more and less water for the plant.

After about 2-3 weeks, you can use your product to fertilize the plants. Top dressing or priming is up to you to use!

See more: The technique of making vermicompost

Emilia Chaney
Emilia Chaneyhttps://agrisearch.net
My name is Emilia Chaney. I'm a social girl from Romania with a big smile and 3 passions: Agriculture, Travel and Social Media. I try to make this blog practical, full of great advice and inspiring ideas.

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