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wood vinegar

[′wu̇d ′vin·ə·gər]
(organic chemistry)
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Among the various manufacturing processes, the slow pyrolysis manufacturing was the prominent process in the global wood vinegar market, during 2013-2015, in terms of value and volume of wood vinegar produced; also expected to retain its dominance throughout the forecast period.
Some of the major players operating in the global wood vinegar market are Ace (Singapore) Pte Ltd.
Chalermsan and Peerapan (2010) found that wood vinegar concentration less than one percent can activate plant growth and it may also reduce pathogenic microorganisms and soil arthropods when sprayed on the ground.
More concentrated dilutions of either wood vinegar (WV) or rice vinegar (RV) resulted in greater seedling height reduction of E.
Wood vinegar is made from burning fresh wood in a charcoal kiln (or Iwate kiln).
The raw wood vinegar was leave for 3 months to become silted.
Wood charcoal could improve soil properties, but mixtures with chemical fertilisers, zeolite, wood vinegar, and organic fertiliser gave better results than charcoal alone on tea plants, citrus, and vegetables (Ishigaki et al.
Wood vinegar is a liquid byproduct obtained from the carbonisation process by cooling the smoke emissions with air or water.
10 kg; 21 [+ or -] 3 d of age) were used to investigate the effect of adding different levels of wood vinegar in the diet on performance and nutrient digestibility.
The analyzed composition of control, antibiotic, organic acid and wood vinegar diets used during phase I showed 20.
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Production of mangium (Acacia mangium) wood vinegar and its utilization.