[Digestion] dosing for crops
adkarve at gmail.com
Wed Dec 7 07:53:51 PST 2011
the feedstock you intend to use is completely converted into biogas and you
would get hardly any solids in your slurry.
On Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 1:55 PM, Wayne Zschech <
waynezschech at calvarychapel.com> wrote:
> G'day All!
> Thank you for you input and information about the liquid digestate vs worm
> Our biofertilizer experiment with a local carrot farmer will be commensing
> this next growing season. We both understand that it will take a couple
> years to judge just how good our fertilizer is. I would really appreciate
> some input as to how much, when and how the liquid digestate should be
> applied. Obviously carrots is the current crop in question but I would
> like to have information for other crops too. I wouldn't like to get off
> to a bad start by killing off his carrots in the first experiment. Also we
> may need to experiment in combinations of our fertilizer and chemical
> fertilizer. I do understand that different inputs create a digestate of
> differing qualities. My digester will be running exclusively on restaurant
> kitchen/food waste. Also does the storage method and length of storage
> have an effect on fertilizer qualities?
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Dr. A.D. Karve
Trustee & Founder President, Appropriate Rural Technology Institute (ARTI)
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