Production, Cost Analysis, and Marketing of Bioorganic Liquid Fertilizers and Plant Nutrition Enhancers. In: Amaresan, N., Dharumadurai, D., Cundell, D.R. (eds) Industrial Microbiology Based Entrepreneurship. Microorganisms for Sustainability

Turan V., Aydın S., Sönmez O.

in: Industrial Microbiology Based Entrepreneurship, Dhanasekaran Dharumadur,Natarajan Amaresan,Diana R. Cundell, Editor, Springer Nature, Singapore, pp.193-198, 2022

  • Publication Type: Book Chapter / Chapter Research Book
  • Publication Date: 2022
  • Publisher: Springer Nature
  • City: Singapore
  • Page Numbers: pp.193-198
  • Editors: Dhanasekaran Dharumadur,Natarajan Amaresan,Diana R. Cundell, Editor
  • Erciyes University Affiliated: Yes


Due to increasing chemical fertilizer costs, the importance of reducing the use of chemical fertilizers in agricultural areas is increasing day by day. Moreover, the European Union and many countries encourage the use of enriched plant growth and liquid fertilizers instead of chemical fertilizers. Furthermore, bioorganic liquid fertilizers produced with different contents have emerged as an alternative plant nutrition tool as soil conditioner and improver in recent years. The development of new production processes of organic fertilizers and plant nutrition enhancer can contribute to the circular economy. In addition, some agricultural wastes can be a raw material source in fertilizer production due to their rich nutrient content. As a result, bioorganic liquid fertilizers and plant nutrition enhancer applications that promote plant growth, which are developed as an alternative to chemical fertilizers, should contribute to sustainable land management by increasing their trials both in terms of low cost and in field and greenhouse conditions.