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Liquid-Composting Conditions of By-product Obtained from Degradation of Animal Carcass for Agriculture Recycling
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Liquid-Composting Conditions of By-product Obtained from Degradation of Animal Carcass for Agriculture Recycling
Seo, Young-Jin; Seo, Dong-Cheol; Kang, Se-Won; Lee, Sang-Gyu; Park, Ju-Wang; Choi, Ik-Won; Sung, Hwan-Hoo; Kang, Seog-Jin; Cho, Ju-Sik;
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 Abstract
BACKGROUND: Globally, concern about emerging infectious diseases of livestock is growing. For the disposal of the animal carcass, it is necessary to recycle the carcass into an agriculturally usable product. The objective of this study was to investigate the composting conditions of liquid by-product obtained from degradation of animal carcass. METHODS AND RESULTS: Optimum conditions of liquid fertilizer were investigated using different microorganisms, pHs, and volumes of microorganisms (Lactobacillus rhamnosus+Pichia deserticola). Based on the results from the optimum conditions, compost maturity and quality of liquid fertilizer were evaluated for 112 days. The compost maturity of liquid fertilizer were higher in the order of LP(Lactobacillus rhamnosus + Pichia deserticola) > BC(Bacillus cereus) > BS(Bacillus subtilis). The optimum condition under different volumes of LP was injection of 0.5 mL/100 mL. The compost maturity under different pHs were higher in the order of pH 7 > . The liquid by-product at 56 days after composting was completely decomposed. The concentrations of T-N, T-P and in liquid fertilizer at 56 days were 0.94, 0.17 and 3.78%, respectively, and the sum of those concentrations was 4.89%. CONCLUSION(S): Liquid fertilizer of by-product using pig carcass was decomposed with optimum conditions(LP, pH 7, injection of 0.5 mL/100 mL) in 56 days after composting, and was suitable for official standard of commercial fertilizer.
 Keywords
Animal carcass;By-product;Compost maturity;Liquid fertilizer;
 Language
Korean
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