biogas slurry and urea

  • Influence of biogass slurry and urea on yield and quality of …

     · The results showed that application of urea 50% +biogas slurry 50% increased plant height, leaf area, number of leaves and number of nodes at final harvesting. Treatment urea 50% +biogas...

  • Nitrogen fertiliser value of biogas slurry and cattle manure …

     · Recovery of nutrients from biogas slurry (BGS) as a soil amendment, on low input smallholder farms in sub-Saharan Africa, could improve agricultural production and minimize contribution of the agroecosystems to CO 2 emissions. Comparative effects of BGS and cattle manure (CM) on maize dry matter, grain yield, uptake of nitrogen (N), …

  • Co-application of biogas slurry and hydrothermal

     · The application ratio of urea, biogas slurry (BS), and hydrothermal carbonization aqueous phase (HP) during whole rice-growing season. The N substitution …

  • Overview on agricultural potentials of biogas slurry (BGS ...

     · Biogas slurry or bioslurry abbreviated as BGS in the present study recovered as the spent from the AD of organic feeds during biogas production. The bulk of BGS is contributed by water (~93%) and the remaining part (~7%) is comprised of organic (4.5%) and inorganic (2.5%) matter [ 10, 11, 12 ]. pH value lies above the neutral range [ 37 ].

  • Sustainability | Free Full-Text | Biogas Slurry as an …

    Biogas slurry application offers an alternative to chemical fertilizer in realizing ecologically recycling agriculture. However, the responses of soil fertility and microbial communities to long term use of biogas slurry need to be explored in different soil types and regions. We investigated the effects of repeated applications over six years on the soil properties and …

  • Effects of Biogas Slurry Application on Crop Production …

     · However, since the total application rate of biogas slurry in BS1 only equaled the amount of base fertilizer, chemical fertilizer at the conventional dosage (67.5 kg ha −1 urea and 75 kg ha −1 diamine) was used for topdressing in this treatment. Table 3 Application rates of biogas slurry for the treatments during the wheat-growing season

  • Substituting urea with biogas slurry and hydrothermal …

    @article{Chen2022SubstitutingUW, title={Substituting urea with biogas slurry and hydrothermal carbonization aqueous product could decrease NH3 volatilization and increase soil DOM in wheat growth cycle.}, author={Sen Chen and Detian Li and Huayong He and Qiuyue Zhang and Haiying Lu and Lihong Xue and Yanfang Feng and Haijun Sun}, …

  • Biogas recirculation technology: Effect on biogas …

     · The biogas analysis showed that the biogas recirculation could create a suitable environment for growing the anaerobic microbes (up to 21%) in the digester that not only decreased some of the harmful compounds like H2S (about 0.21 %VOL) but also increased the CH4 concentration (up to 11 %VOL).

  • Methane emissions from rice fields amended with biogas …

    Grain yields in urea, (BSS + urea) and (FYM + urea) plots were 3.34, 2.94, and 2.85 t ha −1 respectively, suggesting that biogas slurry is a preferred source over FYM causing lesser environmental pollution without any significant reduction in grain yield. Download to read the full article text References

  • Influence of biogass slurry and urea on yield and quality of …

    The study was conducted on sandy loam soil at IAAS Rampur, Chitwan during May to September, 2012 to evaluate the effect of different combinations of biogas slurry and urea on production of okra, laid out in a two-factor RCBD with three replications. Altogether ten treatments consist of two varieties namely Arka Anamika - open pollinated and Jaikisan …

  • Nitrogen fertiliser value of biogas slurry and cattle manure …

     · Biogas slurry has the potential to improve crop nitrogen (N) uptake, growth and yields, and adds the necessary organic carbon (OC) and improve soil quality ( Ernst et al., 2008; Bachmann et al., 2011; Galvez et al., 2012 ).

  • Slurry from toilet biogas systems fetches Gujarat …

     · Our expenditure on sulphate and urea has also reduced," he added. This happened after FINISH (Financial Inclusion Improves Sanitation and Health) Society, which was already working on toilet-linked biogas …

  • Effect of biogas slurry and neem oil-treated urea sources …

    Biogas slurry resulted in the higher grain yield (3.97 tonnesl ha) than the control (3.14 tonneslha), prilled urea Q 120 kg Nlha (3.18 tonneslha), Pusa neem golden urea (3.37 tonneslha) and PNME ...

  • Substituting urea with biogas slurry and hydrothermal

    Substituting urea with biogas slurry and hydrothermal carbonization aqueous product could decrease NH 3 volatilization and increase soil DOM in wheat growth cycle Authors Sen Chen 1, Detian Li 2, Huayong He 3, Qiuyue Zhang 4, Haiying Lu 5, Lihong Xue 6, Yanfang Feng 7, Haijun Sun 8 Affiliations

  • Co-application of biogas slurry and hydrothermal …

    Co-application of biogas slurry and hydrothermal carbonization aqueous phase substitutes urea as the nitrogen fertilizer and mitigates ammonia volatilization from paddy soil. …

  • Substituting urea with biogas slurry and hydrothermal …

     · To evaluate the effects of co-application of BS and HAP on the ammonia (NH3) volatilization and soil DOM content in wheat growth season, we compared six treatments that substituting 50%, 75%, and...

  • Figure 3 from Effect of Biogas Slurry and Urea on Soil …

    The aim of this study was to appraise the influence of different combinations of biogas slurry (BGS) on soil (0-30 cm) physical and biological properties. The BGS from cattle dung based field biogas plant with different combinations of urea were applied to baby corn crop (Zea mays L.) in 2013-14, at farm soils of IARI.

  • Effect of biogas slurry and neem oil-treated urea sources …

    Biogas slurry resulted in the higher grain yield (3.97 tonnes/ha) than the control (3.14 tonnes/ha), prilled urea @ 120 kg N/ha (3.18 tonnes/ha), Pusa neem golden urea (3.37 …

  • Removal of pollutants from biogas slurry and CO2 capture …

     · Biogas slurry, produced by anaerobic fermentation without adequate pretreatment, contains substantial amount of nitrate and ortho-phosphate that can affect the ecosystem due to eutrophication. Further, the slurries are considered as suitable nutrient sources for the growth of microalgae.

  • Substituting urea with biogas slurry and hydrothermal …

    As a by-product of anaerobic fermentation of livestock manures, biogas slurry (BS) consists of various nutrients including N, dissolved organic matter (DOM), and others like, …

  • Effect of biogas slurry and neem oil-treated urea sources …

    A field experiment was conducted during the rainy season (kharif) and winter season (rabi) of 1999–2000 and 2000–2001 at New Delhi, to study the effect of biogass slurry (BGS) and neem oil-treated urea sources on rice (Oryza sativa L.)-wheat (Triticum aestivum L emend. Fiori. & Paol.) cropping system. Except plant height, all the growth and yield attributes of …

  • Effect of biogas slurry addition on soil properties, yields, …

     · Organic treatments may improve soil nutrient availability and ecological functions. This study aimed to determine the effect of biogas slurry (BS) on soil …

  • Figure 5 from Effect of Biogas Slurry and Urea on Soil …

    The aim of this study was to appraise the influence of different combinations of biogas slurry (BGS) on soil (0-30 cm) physical and biological properties. The BGS from cattle dung based field biogas plant with different combinations of urea were applied to baby corn crop (Zea mays L.) in 2013-14, at farm soils of IARI.

  • (PDF) Application of Biogas Slurry in Combination with …

     · Biogas slurry is a by-product of biogas production, which is generated from anaerobic digestion of animal waste and crop residue. It is generally considered a waste material. However, its...

  • [PDF] Effect of Biogas Slurry and Urea on Soil Health

    The aim of this study was to appraise the influence of different combinations of biogas slurry (BGS) on soil (0-30 cm) physical and biological properties. The BGS from cattle dung based field biogas plant with different combinations of urea were applied to baby corn crop (Zea …

  • Stable Isotope Effects of Biogas Slurry Applied as an …

     · Biogas slurry (BS) is now increasingly used for organic rice production in China. However, the isotopic response and fractionation of different BS application rates to characterize organic rice cultivation have not yet been investigated. ... In this study, different fertilizer treatments were applied to rice paddy soil including urea, BS with ...

  • Substituting urea with biogas slurry and hydrothermal

    To evaluate the effects of co-application of BS and HAP on the ammonia (NH 3) volatilization and soil DOM content in wheat growth season, we compared six treatments …

  • Co-application of biogas slurry and hydrothermal

     · Several studies have revealed that replacing a portion of urea with organic fertilizers could reduce the NH 3 emissions in paddy fields. For instance, Li, et al. 97 applied a mixture of biogas...

  • Biogas slurry application elevated arsenic accumulation in …

     · Biogas slurry (BGS), a commonly used organic fertilizer, was applied to an As contaminated paddy soil, in order to investigate the influence of organic matter on As transformation in the paddy soil and As accumulation in rice plants. Results

  • Full article: Concentrated biogas slurry enhanced soil …

     · The objectives of this research are to (1) investigate the feasibility of concentrated biogas slurry as a nutrient source to cultivate tomato ( Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.), and (2) examine its possible effects on soil property, tomato fruit quality, and culturable microflora in rhizosphere and nonrhizosphere soils, etc.

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