PEAT is sedimentary mineral formed by partial natural decomposition (decay) of marsh plants. Besides plant residues, peat consists of humus (60%) and mineral particles (part).According to the decomposition degree, peat is also divided into three groups: weakly decomposed, medium decomposed and strongly decomposed. The decomposition degree depends mainly on the age and condition of formation, and therefore the color of peat varies from light brown to brown-black.
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Today's population growth requires human beings to supply more food, and this has led to the development of surface and depth of land for further production. Application of deep development patterns has led to a widespread use of agricultural inputs, in particular the increased use of pesticides and various chemical fertilizers. In the pursuit of agricultural activities combined with the increasing use of chemical fertilizers for the production of more food, a large amount of waste is introduced into the env... read more