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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Technology For Sugarcane Agroindustry Waste Reuse As Granulated Organomineral Fertilizer
Author: Gurgel
Marcilio N. Do A.; Correa
Simone T. R.; Neto
Durval Dourado; De Paula Junior
Durval R.
Abstract: Aiming to evaluate the use of sugarcane industry waste such as byproducts from vinasse concentration process, it was assessed the organomineral fertilizer BIOFOM (concentrated vinasse, filter cake, boiler ash, soot from chimneys and supplemented with mineral fertilizers). The study included characterization and agronomic potential analysis of a test plant (corn), by noting the differences between mineral fertilizers and BIOFOM fertilization until 45 days after sowing. The technology traditionally used to produce BIOFOM was based on vinasse evaporation with high heat transfer coefficients. It was observed that the technology, which can be formulated according to the needs of any crop, could be used in many cases as mineral fertilizer. Therefore, the use of this organomineral fertilizer reduces waste generation of sugarcane industry.
Subject: Agricultural Engineering
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/1809-4430-Eng.Agric.v35n1p63-75/2015
Date Issue: 2015
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