vinasse


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vinasse

[və′nas]
(materials)
Residue from the fermentation of molasses or grapes; used as a fertilizer and a source of potassium salts. Also known as schlempe.
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We hypothesised that larger initial amounts of sugar cane straw left on the soil surface would accelerate straw decomposition and that management practices used on the fields, such as soil tillage and irrigation with vinasse, would also increase sugar cane straw decomposition.
Vinasse application as a fertilizer on sugarcane crops around the sugarcane mill or distillery is already sufficient to prove that it is not only a residue, but one product that presents some great applications, such as hydrogen and methane production in two-stage reactors (FU et al.
Due to this, the environmental perspective has been emphasized and, in some cases, the application of vinasse has been challenged by its effects on the soil in places close to groundwater, although several works show increased productivity due to its application as fertilizer, especially as a source of potassium (Paula, Holanda, Mesquita, & Carvalho, 1999, Brito, Rolim, & Pedrosa, 2005, Barbosa, Arruda, Pires, Silva, & Sakai, 2012, Silva & Abud, 2016).
The legal framework includes no specific measures for implementing agricultural practices against the pollution of water resources or soil from vinasse.
Vinasse from the ethanol industry is one of the major environmental pollutants.
Mineral composition of torula yeast (Candida utilis) grown on distiller's vinasse.
With respect to the research's findings, it can be concluded that regarding high volume of minerals in Vinasse and subsequently its high salinity, its application alone leads to increased salinity in heavy and light textured soils.
Munoz, "Treatment of crude vinasse from cane industry by ozone", in The 16th International Conference on Advanced Oxidation Technologies for Treatment of Water, Air and Soil, 2010.
Request of prequalification applications only regarding the supply of Vinasse dryer unit.
Thesis, Study on fermentation technology of production of the fuel ethanol from Canna edulis Ker or corn and feed stuff by lacti- transformation from vinasse,Southern Yangtze University, (2004).