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Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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Trends in the development of technical means for recycling organic waste from agricultural production
1 Don State Technical University, 344002, Gagarina sq., 1, Rostov-on-Don, Rostov reg., Russia
2 Azov-Black Sea Engineering Institute of Don State Agrarian University, 347740, Lenina st., 21, Zernograd, Rostov reg., Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Obtaining record harvests of grain crops in Russia in recent years has led to a decrease in soil fertility and degradation of agricultural lands. More than 40 million hectares of arable land require restoration. The lack of organic raw materials does not contribute to the restoration of soil fertility, and the manure and manure produced are the main sources of en-vironmental pollution. The purpose of the work was to develop trends in the development of technical means for recycling organic waste from agri-cultural production. The main method for achieving the goal was a system-atic analysis of literary sources on this topic and the results of the authors' own research. The results of the recycling of liquid, semi-liquid and solid manure into concentrated organic fertilizers are given. The main develop-ment trends: the ability to interact with animal husbandry and crop produc-tion; transfer of raw materials (organic waste of animal husbandry and crop production) into a product in the form of high-quality concentrated organic fertilizers, necessary for the restoration of soil fertility; digitalization of technological processes for the production of KOU and their differentiated application to the field by scanning the qualitative composition of nutrients in the production layer of the soil.
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