How to dispose of banana stem and leaf waste



Banana stems and leaves, as agricultural wastes, are rich in reuse value. The large amount of organic substances and nutrients they contain, such as cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin substances and lignin, are valuable resources for soil improvement and plant growth. According to statistics, each hectare of banana land can produce about 600 to 900 tons of stalks, and this huge amount of resources indicates that banana stalk and leaf recycling has significant economic and ecological benefits.

Recycling process

Banana stems and leaves are initially processed using large pulverizing machinery to break them into smaller pieces for subsequent processing.
The size of the crushed stem and leaf fragments is reduced, making them easy to handle and store.
The crushed banana stems and leaves are mixed with chicken manure and other organic materials, and turned and stirred by composting machinery to promote their fermentation and decomposition.
In the process of composting and rotting, compound biofermentation fungus agent can be added to improve the decomposition speed and fertilizer quality.
For occasions where higher fertilizer quality is required, bio-composting technology can be used.
Through specific bio-composting machinery, conditions such as temperature, humidity and oxygen supply are controlled to promote the conversion of organic matter in banana stems and leaves into stable humus.

Recycling Value

Nutrient-rich: Banana stems and leaves are rich in key nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, with a crude protein content of up to 10% or more and a high soluble carbohydrate content. These nutrients are vital for plant growth and development.
Enhance soil organic matter: Recycling banana stems and leaves can increase the organic matter content in the soil, improve soil structure, soil fertility and water retention capacity. At the same time, its return to the field also promotes the formation of soil granular structure, which is conducive to the increase of water-stable granules and enhances soil stability.

The shredder has a strong crushing ability, both the hard and soft parts of banana stems and leaves can be quickly crushed into small pieces or fine filaments by its sharp blades and strong power.

Banana stems and leaves processed by the shredder are more likely to be further decomposed and composted, improving the efficiency of subsequent processing.
The crushed banana stems and leaves can be returned to the field as organic fertilizer, increasing soil fertility, improving soil structure and facilitating crop growth and development.

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