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- Pérez-Murcia, Maria Dolores, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Communications in soil science and plant analysis 2015 v.46 no.sup1 pp. 238-247
- cakes; carbon; composts; electrical conductivity; equations; germination; goats; humification; leaves; mineralization; nitrogen content; olives; organic matter; pathogens; phytotoxins; poultry manure; recycling; sheep manure; temperature; windrow composting
- ... The use of poultry manure or goat/sheep manure in the co-composting of the two-phase olive-mill cake “alperujo” (ALP) with olive leaf (OL) is compared by studying organic-matter mineralization and humification processes during composting and the characteristics of the end products. For this, two different piles (P1 and P2) were prepared using ALP with OL mixed with poultry manure (PM) and goat/she ...
- Perez-Murcia, Maria Dolores, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Communications in soil science and plant analysis 2015 v.46 no.sup1 pp. 197-207
- agricultural soils; anaerobic conditions; anaerobic digestion; biodegradability; biogas; carbon; carbon dioxide; cattle manure; compost quality; composting; corn; crop production; energy; gas emissions; growing media; leaching; methane; nitrogen; nutrients; organic matter; pH; pathogens; pulp; salinity; silage; temperature; variance
- ... The management of biodegradable wastes is increasing, including the use of waste as a source of energy. Anaerobic digestion involves organic-matter decomposition under anoxic conditions by a microbial consortium, obtaining a source of renewable energy (biogas), mainly constituted of a mixture of carbon dioxide (CO ₂, 25–45 percent), methane (CH ₄, 55–75 percent), and the digested substrate (digest ...