Ecology, Environment and Conservation Paper

Vol. 21 Nov. 2015 Suppl. Issue; Page No.(47-56)

LIVING ORGANISMS IN HOUSEHOLD AND PRODUCTION WASTES AS FUNCTIONAL BASIS OF COMPOUND COMPOST FORMATION

Belyuchenko Ivan Stepanovich

Abstract

Compound compost is formed when there is merging of organic and mineral colloids, as a result of which in the substrate new biogenic cycles appear, organic substancesÂ’ fermentation capacity increases, breathing of living organisms and formation of gaseous compounds intensifies, new ecological niches form. In addition, when applying composts there is soilsÂ’ recultivation. Applying of compound composts is represented as a new trend in practical ecology, modern agriculture and soil sciences, as far as their development is based on using of different productionsÂ’ wastes and promotes enrichment of soils with organic and mineral disperse and colloid systems, and improvement of their physical-chemical and biological-ecological functions.

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