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Dry yeast as fertilizer

Dry yeast fertilizer

Ⅰ. Introduction to Dry Yeast

Dry yeast is a fermentation agent commonly used in the production of foods such as bread and cake. It is mainly composed of yeast, yeast combinations, yeast cell walls, and other components. In food production, dry yeast can promote the fermentation of dough, making the pasta softer and more elastic. In addition to food production, dry yeast has many other uses, such as fertilizer production.

Dry yeast is a food ingredient produced by brewing yeast, rich in various nutrients, including:

Proteins: Proteins are components of cellular structure, and any cellular composition requires the involvement of proteins; The majority of reactions in organisms (including plants) require enzymatic reactions, and enzymes are mostly proteins; Proteins also have functions such as immunity and transportation in animal bodies!

Minerals: Mineralization plays an important role in the growth and development of plants. Firstly, the macro element nitrogen

Phosphorus and potassium are essential elements for plant growth and development

Nitrogen participates in plant proteins

The synthesis of organic substances such as nucleic acids, and the involvement of phosphorus in high levels of ATP and DNA in plant bodies

The synthesis of energy substances, potassium participation in plant osmotic regulation and enzyme activation, and other physiological processes

Process. Secondly, trace elements such as iron, zinc, and copper also play an important role in the normal growth of plants

The role of. Iron participates in the synthesis of chlorophyll in plants, while zinc participates in the synthesis of chlorophyll in plants

The activation of enzymes and the involvement of copper in maintaining the function of electron transfer chains in plants. Minerals

Insufficient or excessive supply of elements can affect the growth and development of plants.

In short, dry yeast is a nutritious food ingredient and a great fertilizer.

Ⅱ. The production method of yeast fertilizer

Yeast is a type of microorganism that can decompose organic matter and convert it into the nutrients needed by plants. Therefore, using yeast to make fertilizer can make the soil more fertile and improve the effectiveness of plant growth. The specific methods are as follows:

1. Prepare materials

The materials required for making yeast fertilizer include dry yeast, sugar, and water. Choose natural bleach free sugars without additives and use chlorine free water as much as possible.

2. Production process

(1) Put a cup of warm water into a bowl and add two tablespoons of sugar to melt.

(2) Pour a small bag of dry yeast into the mixture and stir well.

(3) Pour the mixture into a container and add enough water to fill the container.

(4) Close the container tightly and place it in a warm place to allow it to ferment.

3. Fermentation period and treatment

Yeast fertilizer needs to be fermented for 24 to 48 hours and can be used after fermentation. If any odor or leakage is found, it can be sterilized or remade.

Ⅲ. Suggestions for the use of yeast fertilizers

Yeast fertilizers have good biodegradability and plant availability, and can be applied to household gardens or organic agriculture. Here are some usage suggestions:

1. Usage

Yeast fertilizers can generally be directly sprayed into the soil or used as additives for irrigation water. Use every one to two weeks for optimal results.

2. Precautions during use

When making high activity dry yeast fertilizers, it is important to pay attention to hygiene and avoid contamination.

3. When using high activity dry yeast fertilizers, it is important to follow the correct guidelines

Ⅳ. The benefits of using dry yeast to water flowers

Firstly, let’s understand the benefits of yeast for plants. Yeast is a plant

A good source of various nutrients and trace elements required for plant growth. When yeast is mixed with water, it releases some nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, etc., which are key elements for plant growth. In addition, yeast also contains some vitamins and hormones, which can promote the healthy growth of plants.

Secondly, yeast can also help improve soil structure. Yeast grows and reproduces in soil, forming a type of clay gel. This type of clay adhesive can improve soil permeability and water retention, helping plant roots grow and absorb water and nutrients. In addition, yeast can also inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the soil, reducing the possibility of plant roots being affected by diseases.


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