Cultivation as a biogas plant source

Crop cultivation necessitates the use of water and fertilizersPumping the water for irrigation, greenhouse lightning and heating, as well as other devices and machines, all of these things require electricity. In fact the cost of electricity and fertilizers is a challenge. Farms cultivating crops, vegetables, or fruits are big biowaste producers. Spoiled plants, residues from the plant, and leftover plants are examples of this type of biowaste. Transporting this biowaste to dump yards has the costly transportation and gate fees. The lack of space for the biowaste might be a challenge too.

Details of the solution

FimusKraft Biogas Plant has numerous benefits for agricultural farms. Generally each module produces a minimum of 30 kW of electricity. Altogether FKBP located on the farm brings the electricity, which can be used for things like lighting and charging machinery and devices. Heat can be utilized to warm up greenhouses and other buildings. Each module generates a minimum of 60 kW of heat. 

The fermentation process converts biowaste into a nutrient-dense natural bio-fertilizer. After fermentation, the sludge is further processed to provide a high-quality bio-fertilizer in both solid and liquid forms. This bio-fertilizer can be used in food production, feed cultivation or vegetable, and cereal cultivation.

With FKBP technology, you can turn dedicated biowaste from some fruits and vegetables into valuable raw materials for the pharmaceutical, F&B, and chemical industries. Selling this side product will increase the profitability of the horticulture farm.


With FKBP you handle your biowaste locally and avoid paying possible gate fees by not having to transport biowaste sources anywhere. It’s also an environmentally friendly technique to handle biowaste. In Greenhouses, you can increase vegetable production.


This process will also reduce the carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions in agricultural processes. All in all FKBP system is an environmental friendly way to handle the waste.