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Wastes are nothing but misplaced resources. A large volume of organic matter is generated from agricultural activities, dairy farms and animal shelters which are usually dumped in corners where it putrefies, usually emanating foul smell. This valuable resource can be utilised by properly composting it into a value-added end product called manure. The chief objective is to compost organic wastes not for the disposal of solid organic wastes but also to produce superior quality manure to feed our "nutrient/organic matter hungry" soils.



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