Biomass is a heterogeneous source of energy as it can appear in various forms: agricultural waste (stubble), forestry (cleaning of forests and river basins), agri-food (waste from the livestock industry or industrial oil) and the organic matter generated by human beings in the form of garbage.
Biomass is the biodegradable fraction of products, residues and waste of biological origin from agricultural activities, including substances of plant and animal origin, from forestry and related industries, including fisheries and aquaculture, as well as the biodegradable fraction of waste, including industrial and municipal waste of biological origin.
The residual biomass s is organic waste produced by human activity. For example, municipal solid waste (MSW) or waste from agricultural, livestock or industrial activities. This, in turn, can be classified as wet or dry. Given the importance of this resource, we propose to put it into practice in order to apply it when cultivating in our fields. We carried out the collection of biological remains that we had accumulated in the last days. The famous compost is very good for the cultivation of vegetables.
Valencia is well known for the amount of orchards and fields that surround it. Especially the orange groves and vegetable gardens. It is normal to meet people who have their own crops. Normally there are many people who use artificial fertilizers full of additives and chemicals that are not good for the planet.
In the field of some friends we wanted to apply the culture of organic farming with the use of compost generated from our garbage. In this activity designed for children we use the waste that we consider most usable so that in the future we get the most delicious and ecological fruits and vegetables possible. It was quite an experience