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Trends in Nutrient Status and Gas Production during the Decomposition of Poultry Manure

Trends in Nutrient Status and Gas Production during the Decomposition of Poultry Manure

Qiuxia Lei1, 2, Haixia Han1, 2, Jinbo Gao1, 2, Yan Zhou1, 2, Wei Liu1, 2, Chunlei Wang3, Jie Liu1, 2, Dingguo Cao1, 2, Huimin Li1 , Baohua Huang1,* and Fuwei Li1, 2, *  

1Poultry Institute, Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Jinan 250023, Shandong, China
2Poultry Breeding Engineering Technology Center of Shandong Province, Jinan250023, Shandong, China
3Central Lab of Shandong Topsunshine Biological Technology Co., Ltd., Weifang 261000, Shandong, China

Qiuxia Lei and Haixia Han have contributed equally to the article.

*  Corresponding author: lifuwei1224@163.com; jqsyzs@163.com

 

Fig. 1.

Ambient and internal temperatures during packing and stacking (A), ambient temperature and humidity (B) and changes in temperature within the piles (C) (at 30 cm depth).

Fig. 2.

Changes in ammonia production (A), hydrogen sulfide production (B) and carbon dioxide production (C).

Fig. 3.

Changes in pH (A), ammonium nitrogen content changes (B) and total N (C) over the first 8 weeks.

Fig. 4.

Changes in total P (A), total K (B), organic matter content (C) over the first 8 weeks.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

December

Vol. 51, Iss. 6, Pages 1999-2399

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