Business opportunity bio fertilizer plant

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One of the major concerns in today's world is the pollution and contamination of soil. The use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides has caused tremendous harm to the environment. An answer to this is the biofertilizer, an environmentally friendly fertilizer now used in most countries. Biofertilizers are organisms that enrich the nutrient quality of soil. The main sources of biofertilizers are bacteria, fungi, and cynobacteria (blue-green algae).

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Business opportunity bio fertilizer plant

  1. 1. TULS Management Business Opportunity forSetting up Bio-Fertilizer Unit
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  5. 5. Business SeriesInvestment Opportunity for setting up Bio-Fertilizer Plant
  6. 6. Section 1 Scenario Industry
  7. 7. Introduction One of the major concerns in todays world is the pollution and contamination of soil. The use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides has caused tremendous harm to the environment. An answer to this is the biofertilizer, an environment friendly fertilizer now used in most countries. Biofertilizers are organisms that enrich the nutrient quality of soil. The main sources of biofertilizers are bacteria, fungi, and cynaobacteria (blue-green algae).
  8. 8. Objectives of Organic Farming  Production of quality, safe food  Resource use sustainability  Environmental protection  Animal health welfare  Social justice and wellbeing of rural communities  Public health and food security  Financial viability of farming
  9. 9. Bio-Fertilizer Biofertilizer is a living fertilizer compound of microbial inoculants or groups of micro- organisms which are able to fix atmospheric nitrogen or solubilize phosphorus, decompose organic material or oxidize sulphur in the soil. On application, it enhances the growth of plants, increase in yield and also improve soil fertility and reduces pollution. The soil microorganisms used in biofertilizers are: Phosphate Solubilizingmicrobes, Mycorrhizae, Azospirillum, Azotobacter, Rhizobium, Blue Green Algae.
  10. 10. Bio-Fertilizer Types
  11. 11. Bio Fertilizer Microscopic Pictures
  12. 12. Bio Fertilizer Plant and Lab.
  13. 13. Bio-fertilizer plant pictures
  14. 14. Why Bio-Fertillizer? The relevance of bio-fertilizers is increasing rapidly since chemical fertilizers: • Utilize petroleum (nitrogenous fertilizers), • Are costly, • Are short in supply, and • Damage the environment, e.g., about 10% of the ground water samples in Punjab contained more NO3- than the maximum permissible limit prescribed by World Health Organization
  15. 15. Application of Bio-fertilizers  Seed treatment or seed inoculation  Seedling root dip  Main field application
  16. 16. Advantages of Bio-fertilizers  Increase crop yield by25%  Replace chemical nitrogen and phosphorus by 50%  Stimulate plant growth.  Activate the soil biologically.  Restore natural soil fertility.  Provide protection against drought and some soil borne diseases
  17. 17. Limitations of carrier based Bio-fertilizers  Shorter self life(6 month).  Sensitivity to temperature.  More chance of contamination.  Lack of instant visual effects on application.  Seasonal demand and production of biofertilizers
  18. 18. Flow chart - Commercial Production Stock Culture Broth Broth in big flasks for culturing Fermentation for large scale production Broth quality check
  19. 19. Flow chart - Commercial Production ….. Blended with sterilized carrier Packaging Quality check after different duration
  20. 20. Schematic Representation of Biofertilizer Manufacturing
  21. 21. Quality Standards of Bio fertilizers Rhizobium: (IS: 8268-2001) Azotobacter: (IS:9138-2002) Azospirillum: (IS:14807-2000) Phosphate-Solubiliser (IS:14807:2000)
  22. 22. Marketing Aspects of Biofertilizers To attain production targets, the Government of India implemented a central sector scheme called National Project on Development and use of Biofertilizers (NPDB) during the 9th Plan for the production, distribution and promotion of biofertilizers. The government also plays a dominant part in marketing biofertilizers in three possible channels: (a) State government via District level Officers and Village level workers to farmers, (b) State Marketing federation via cooperative bodies to farmers and (c) State Agro-industries Corporations via Agro service Center to farmers.
  23. 23. National Project on OrganicFarming to promote organic farming practices, a National With the view Project on Organic Farming was launched during 10th Plan with an outlay of Rs.115.00 crores. The main objective of the scheme includes: • Capacity Building through Service Providers. • Financial and Technical support for setting up of organic input production unit such as Fruits and Vegetable market waste compost, Biofertilizers and biopesticides and Vermiculture hatcheries. • Human resource development through training and demonstration. • Awareness creation and market development. • Quality Control of Organic Inputs.
  24. 24. Bio-fertilizer Subsidy Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Government of India is implementing a central sector scheme viz., "National Project on Development and use of Bio-fertilisers". Under this project, a subsidy up to Rs.20 lakhs is provided for setting up a biofertiliser production unit of 150 TPA capacity. This subsidy is released through back ended subsidy procedure. If the units are getting the subsidy, the amount will be adjusted to the last few instalments of bank loan.
  25. 25. Installed Capacity There are around 169 bio-fertilizer production units in the country with installed capacity of 67000 MT. and annual production of more than 20 thousand ton of bio-fertilizers.
  26. 26. Total Consumption/Distribution
  27. 27. Use intensity of Bio-fertilizers & Chemical fertilizers inIndia Region Chemical (NPK Cropped area Chemical Bio-fertilizers kg/ha.) (%) (NP) (kg/ha.) (kg/ha.) South 125.21 18.46 107.06 0.05 North 130.43 22.32 127.65 0.01 West 60.82 40.91 57.07 0.06 East 70.63 18.32 61.73 0.01 Total 90.04 100.00 82.90 0.04
  28. 28. Estimated Total Potential Demand (India) • Due to Govt. efforts and scheme, the area under certified organic farming has increased 20 fold from 42000 ha (2003-04) to 865,000 ha (2007-08). • The organic food production has increased from 4.09 lakh ton in 2006-07 to 9.02 lakh ton during 2007-08.
  29. 29. Section 4 Scenario – Modifications to commence Revised Bio-fertilizer production
  30. 30. Bio Fertilizer Area - SBAFPL Area Required Unit For 150 MT For 500 MT In BAFPL RemarksSterilisation Sq. Ft 525 1575 1575Incubation and Quality Control Sq. Ft 350 In Pack house 1050 1050 area, Cold RoomMaturation Sq. Ft 500 4 and 5 1500 1500Carrier Preparation and Enrichment Sq. Ft 500 1500 1500Storage Sq. Ft 400 1200 0 In Cold StoreStaff / Stores Sq. Ft 725 2175 0 AvailableTotal Sq. Ft 3000 9000 5625
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