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Effect of the Hydrolysate of Pigs Hoof on Plant Growth and Physico-chemical Properties
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Effect of the Hydrolysate of Pigs Hoof on Plant Growth and Physico-chemical Properties
Han, Sang-Gyun; Cho, Chun-Hwi; Jeon, Han-Ki;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to find the physico-chemical properties and the amino acid content of the pigs hoof hydrolysate, keratin protein and to investigate its fertilizer effect on the growth of crops. The keratin proteins such as pigs hoof were alkali-hydrolyzed to produce the hydrolysates. The chemical properties of the hydrolysate of pigs hoof was 6~7 of pH and of EC. Total amino acid contents released from the pigs hoof were 10.18%, respectively. The pot experiment was carried out for the cultivation of lettuce. The treatment design of these pot cultivation was composed of Control (compost + NPK), PHH-0.5, PHH-1.0, PHH-2.0 ( ; 1,000 ; 500 diluted solution of pig hoof hydrolysate). After lettuce cultivation, the pH values in all treatment soils were decreased than those in initial soils, and the exchangeable cation value was higher than that of control. In all PHH treatments, lettuce growth was better in the leaf length by 6~16% and the leaf width by 4~15% than in control. Therefore, the PHH solutions manufactured by hydrolysis process had plenty of amino acids, and among them PHH had the most abundant nutrients and amino acids with highest growth and yield effect on lettuce.
 Keywords
Pigs hoof;Hydrolysis;Amino acid fertilizer;Lettuce;
 Language
Korean
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빗물활용 벽면녹화 용기 내 유기질비료 배합비에 따른 노랑조팝나무의 생육 반응,주진희;김혜란;윤용한;

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