We have promising results with the camel manure compost. We need to go into further investigations and details. We really need institutional, technical, and other types of collaboration to proceed with this precious work.
The Camel Manure
The camel defecates the hard balls of manure. It is easy to burn just after defecation but it is hard to dissolve and make compost. The camel manure is rich with a very diverse microorganisms which can support microenvironment and enrich the soil fertility.
Camel manure is a worthwhile farm agent but considered as low grade farmyard manure. Here, in our camel farm with collaboration of Horticulturis friend Shah Hussain, we have conducted trials to decompose camel manure balls (CMB) and produce a good quality compost. Here we have very good, promising and appealing results as we have harvested a good quality rotten manure.
The compost is blackish in color, well rottened and odorless. It is a boit watery (high moisture content) but still very good quality. I’m still looking for a research fellow to analyse it chemically and publish the results. This composed was prepared with a dump of 9 month, still is more dump. We shall open …