One of the possible theories about the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic is located in the contact of guano collectors with bats, which are large reservoirs of coronaviruses, and that could have transmitted this virus to humans, or through another animal which would have acted as a transmitter.
In this sense, guano is a natural substrate that is collected from the excrement of certain animals such as seabirds or bats. Thus, it is used as organic fertilizer in agriculture, so it is collected to obtain natural fertilizer.
A fertilizer without chemical compounds
The great fertilizing power of guano is mainly due to the fact that it is composed of phosphorus, nitrogen and potassium, highly nutritious substances for the proper growth of plants. It is, therefore, an ecological fertilizer widely used for agricultural uses and for home gardening.
This substance accumulates on surfaces in areas with little humidity or arid and is “a substrate suitable for all types of plants, among which are ornamental, green and flower, both indoors and outdoors “, stand out in the gardening section of Leroy Merlin.
This substrate does not contain any chemical compound and its composition gives it fungicidal properties, to prevent the appearance of pests, and regenerating the earth.