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<h3>Diversity and characterization of lignocellulolytic fungi  - PubMed</h3>

Diversity and characterization of lignocellulolytic fungi - PubMed

网页Oil palm empty fruit bunch (EFB) is the most significant waste generated from the agricultural industry in Malaysia. Composting is one of the potential approaches to utilize EFB. However, composting of EFB is a time-consuming process, thus impractical for industrial application. The composting proce

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<h3>Oil palm biomass residue in Malaysia: Availability and sustainability</h3>

Oil palm biomass residue in Malaysia: Availability and sustainability

网页2013年1月1日 · Oil palm biomass residue and source of generation. 2.1 Oil palm biomass residue generated from plantation site. In 2012, Malaysia had 5.08 million hectares of oil palm plantation. This large

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<h3>Composting of waste from palm oil mill: a  - Semantic Scholar</h3>

Composting of waste from palm oil mill: a - Semantic Scholar

网页Malaysia is blessed with abundant natural resources and bears a favorable climate for commercial cultivation of crops such as oil palm. In Malaysia the total plantation area of oil palm was 4,487,957 ha in 2008. It has been reported that in 2005 there was a total of 423 palm oil mills having production capacity of approximately 89 million tonnes of fresh fruit

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<h3>Review article Current trends in palm oil waste management: A </h3>

Review article Current trends in palm oil waste management: A

网页2023年11月1日 · This paper carried out a comparative review on the current trends in the conversion of palm oil waste into value-adding products by the Cameroonian and

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<h3>An integrated biorefinery strategy for the utilization of </h3>

An integrated biorefinery strategy for the utilization of

网页2022年1月1日 · Waste utilization using an integrated biorefinery approach could be used to develop a sustainable palm-oil industry, provide innovations for increasing the

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<h3>Composting of Empty Fruit Bunch Treated with Palm Oil Mill</h3>

Composting of Empty Fruit Bunch Treated with Palm Oil Mill

网页2016年3月25日 · Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is colloidal suspensions that contain 95–96 % water, 0.6–0.7 % oil and 4–5 % total solids including 2–4 % suspended solids (Singh et al. 1999).It generated from the final stage of palm oil processing where it consists of washing and cleaning processes in the mill and these effluents contains cellulosic

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<h3>Novel multifunctional plant growth-promoting bacteria in co-compost </h3>

Novel multifunctional plant growth-promoting bacteria in co-compost

网页Previously, a unique co-compost produced by composting empty fruit bunch with anaerobic sludge from palm oil mill effluent, which contributed to establishing a zero-emission industry in Malaysia. Little was known about the bacterial functions during the composting process and fertilization capacity of this co-compost.

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<h3>Indigenous cellulolytic aerobic and facultative anaerobic  - Nature</h3>

Indigenous cellulolytic aerobic and facultative anaerobic - Nature

网页2022年4月8日 · According to Zhu 19 and Zhou 20, aerobic composting of swine manure with rice straw, edible fungal residue and rice bran at a low C/N ratio improves the maturation rate and increases organic

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<h3>Effective composting of oil palm industrial waste by filamentous fungi</h3>

Effective composting of oil palm industrial waste by filamentous fungi

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<h3>Enhancing the Quality of Compost from Oil Palm Residue by </h3>

Enhancing the Quality of Compost from Oil Palm Residue by

网页Enhancing the Quality of Compost from Oil Palm Residue by Inoculating Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria: Impact on Brassica rapa v. chinensis Growth. Oil palm empty fruit bunches (OPEFB) are by-products of the processing of oil palm mills. The Completely Randomized Design was conducted to observe the potential of Azotobacter-fortified

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<h3>Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch as a Potential Feedstock for </h3>

Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch as a Potential Feedstock for

网页Composting of oil palm EFB is means to convert the essentially organic EFB waste into humus suitable for crop production [8, 9]. The higher plant material, a complex organic, This study indicated that using an automatically controlled integrated process, the ethanol conversion rate, distillation, and dehydration efficiency were high (83.6% ...

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<h3>Potentiality of Palm Oil Biomass with Cow Dung for compost production</h3>

Potentiality of Palm Oil Biomass with Cow Dung for compost production

网页2014年12月19日 · The amount of compost that can be obtained from 8 oil palm leaf mounds is 248.9 tons while that of the oil palm stem is 1,236.6 tons. Compost fertilizer after composting for 2 months has a C/N

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<h3>What is Industrial Composting and Why is it Important?</h3>

What is Industrial Composting and Why is it Important?

网页2024年1月30日 · Conserves natural resources: Industrial composting can help to conserve natural resources by reducing the need for landfill space and by diverting organic waste from incinerators. Improves soil quality: Compost is a nutrient-rich soil amendment that can help to improve soil structure, water retention, and fertility.

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<h3>Chapter 43 Composting of Empty Fruit Bunch Treated with </h3>

Chapter 43 Composting of Empty Fruit Bunch Treated with

网页oil palm waste particularly empty fruit bunch (EFB) and palm oil mill effluent (POME). Composting of EFB and POME is one of the alternative ways to reduce the amount of by-product and towards the

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<h3>Agricultural waste management strategies for environmental </h3>

Agricultural waste management strategies for environmental

网页2022年4月15日 · Instead of being burned, the massive agricultural waste(s) can also be composted. Composting is the regulated biodegradation (microbe-mediated transformation) of animal and plant materials (organic waste) under aerobic conditions, where organic matter is broken down into smaller biodegradable components that can be used to improve crop

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