RESEARCH REGARDING THE USE OF GRAIN MASH AS SOIL FERTILIZER

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LIX
Written by Andrei SIURIS, Tatiana CIOLACU

The work presents research results regarding the use as fertilizer of grain mash, a waste from alcohol production industry. Annually there are produced up to 55 thousand m3 of grain mash in the Republic of Moldova, which need to be used without adversely affecting the environment. Grain mash contains about 93% of water, 5% of organic matter. One cubic meter of grain mash contains on average 2.8 kg of total nitrogen, 1.2 kg of phosphorus and 1.1 kg of potassium. It was established that grain mash used as fertilizer increases productivity of field crops by 40-50%. In conclusion, grain mash should be used as fertilizer.

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SIURIS A., CIOLACU T. 2016, RESEARCH REGARDING THE USE OF GRAIN MASH AS SOIL FERTILIZER. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LIX, ISSN 2285-5785, 149-152.


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