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- Varel, V.H.; Miller, D.N.; Lindsay, A.D.
- Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 2004 v.50 no.4 pp. 207
- chemical constituents of plants; thymol; eugenol; water pollution; gas emissions; cattle manure; pig manure; greenhouse gases; microbial contamination; fermentation; thyme; plant fats and oils; carvacrol; cloves; antimicrobial properties; short chain fatty acids; lactates; volatile fatty acids; pH; microbial activity; off odors; pathogens
- ... Wastes generated from the production of cattle and swine in confined facilities create the potential for surface and groundwater pollution, emission of greenhouse gases, transmission of pathogens to food and water sources, and odor. It is our hypothesis that something which inhibits microbial fermentation in livestock wastes will be beneficial to solving some of the environmental problems. Our wor ...