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Characterization of Microbial Community Changes in Process Affected by Physicochemical Parameters During Liquid Fertilization of Swine Waste
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Characterization of Microbial Community Changes in Process Affected by Physicochemical Parameters During Liquid Fertilization of Swine Waste
Shin, Mi-Na; Kim, Jin-Won; Shim, Jaehong; Koo, Heung-Hoe; Lee, Jai-Young; Cho, Min; Oh, Byung-Taek;
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 Abstract
Livestock wastes are considered as major environmental pollutants because they contain high concentration of organic materials. In 2001, The Environmental Department reported that stock farmers were increasing as 5.1%/year, which resulted in a gradual increase in livestock wastes generation. The direct disposal of livestock wastes create several environmental problems. Thus, several countries banned the disposal of livestock wastes in environment including aquatic systems. Recently, aeration-based liquid fertilization was considered as potential way for the disposal of livestock wastes. In this study, next generation sequencing (NGS) analysis was used to understand the microbial community changes during liquid fertilization of livestock wastes. Microbial community was compared with liquid fertilizer physicochemical analysis such as , pH, N (Nitrogen), P (Phosphorus), K (Potassium) etc. The physicochemical parameters and bacterial community results pave the way for producing effective livestock-based fertilizer. By comparing the physical characteristics of the manure with microbial community changes, it is possible to optimize the conditions for producing effective fertilizer.
 Keywords
Livestock wastes;Liquid fertilization;NGS (next generation sequencing);;;
 Language
Korean
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