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Title (Primary) Effect of pig manure on the chemical composition and microbial diversity during co-composting with spent mushroom substrate and rice husks
Author Meng, X.; Liu, B.; Xi, C.; Luo, X.; Yuan, X.; Wang, X.; Zhu, W.; Wang, H.; Cui, Z.;
Journal Bioresource Technology
Year 2018
Department UMB;
Volume 251
Language englisch;
POF III (all) R31; T15;
Keywords Pig manure; Microbial community; Compost; Spent mushroom substrate
UFZ wide themes RU4;
Abstract In this study, the impact of pig manure on the maturity of compost consisting of spent mushroom substrate and rice husks was accessed. The results showed that the addition of pig manure (SMS-PM) reached 50 °C 5 days earlier and lasted 15 days longer than without pig manure (SMS). Furthermore, the addition of pig manure improved nutrition and germination index. High-throughput 16S rRNA pyrosequencing was used to evaluate the bacterial and fungal composition during the composting process of SMS-PM compared to SMS alone. The SMS treatment showed a relatively higher abundance of carbon-degrading microbes (Bacillaceae and Thermomyces) and plant pathogenic fungi (Sordariomycetes_unclassified) at the end of the compost. In contrast, the SMS-PM showed an increased bacterial diversity with anti-pathogen (Pseudomonas). The results indicated that the addition of pig manure improved the decomposition of refractory carbon from the spent mushroom substrate and promoted the maturity and nutritional content of the compost product.
ID 20075
Persistent UFZ Identifier https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=20075
Meng, X., Liu, B., Xi, C., Luo, X., Yuan, X., Wang, X., Zhu, W., Wang, H., Cui, Z. (2018):
Effect of pig manure on the chemical composition and microbial diversity during co-composting with spent mushroom substrate and rice husks
Bioresour. Technol. 251 , 22 - 30