[Digestion] Biogas from Begonia, Chrysanthemum and Poinsettia

Vianney Tumwesige trustvianney at gmail.com
Mon Aug 18 13:14:15 CDT 2014

Dear All,

I recently visited a floriculture farm which produces about ten different
crops on the farm, however, there are three main crops i.e.poinsettia,
begonia and chrysanthemum.

These 3 crops generate about 2 tons of waste per week, though other crops
have a small waste content. I have attached pictures of the generated
waste. The idea is to produce biogas from this waste. I have not dealt with
floriculture waste, I will be glad to get your advise.


Vianney Tumwesige
PhD student
University of Aberdeen
School of Biological Sciences
Aberdeen office:
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Tel: +44 1224 273 810

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