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  • Nutrient uptake by corn and soybean, removal, and ...

    2020-10-13 · for soybean and the concentrations of P and K for corn are lower than the values currently suggested. The values suggested in PM 1688 are 0.375 and 0.8 lb P 2 O 5 /bu of corn and soybean, respectively, and 0.30 and 1.5 lb K 2 O/bu of corn and soybean; and are already lower than values suggested in several other states. However, the suggested average

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  • What is the Value of Soybean Residue? | CropWatch ...

    2018-4-18 · residue but a higher concentration in soybean than in soybean residue. An important result for crop production and K management was that K fertilization may or may not increase corn or soybean yield, but always has a smaller effect on K removal with harvest than in K accumulation in residue, which recycles to the soil.

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  • Potassium Uptake and Recycling to the Soil in Corn and

    2013-9-8 · The production of soybean products has been increasing throughout the world, and there has been a corresponding increase in the quantity of soybean curd residue (SCR) being thrown out. The dumping of SCR has become a problem to be solved due to its contamination to the envment. SCR is rich in fiber, fat, protein, vitamins, and trace elements.

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  • Soybean Curd Residue: Composition, Utilization, and ...

    Effect of In situ Recycling of Sugarcane Crop Residues and its Industrial Wastes on Yield of Soybean–Maize Soybean Yield. The yield of soybean was increased significantly (37.52 q ha −1) in treatment T 6 receiving in situ recycling of sugarcane crop residues + mud compost over T 1 –T 4, however it was at par with T 5 (Table 2).

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  • Effect of In situ Recycling of Sugarcane Crop Residues

    2020-10-13 · soybean yield or not, but always has a much smaller effect on K removal with harvest than in K accumulation in residue, which recycles to the soil. The differences between corn and soybean in the distribution of K between and residue and in the dry matter production are important for K management. These

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  • Potassium Uptake and Recycling to the Soil in Corn and

    2017-8-6 · envmental impacts on short-term nutrient recycling with crop residue and reactions between different nutrient pools have a much higher impact on STK levels than STP levels. In the long-term, removal of 42 lb K 2 O/acre/year resulted in an average STK decrease of 3.0 ppm/year. These results imply an average removal of 14 lb P lb K 2 O/acre/

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  • Nutrient uptake by corn and soybean, removal, and ...

    Soybean residue (SR), an agricultural waste, is an abundantly available, low cost, and renewable resource[4]. At present, only a small part of soybean residue can be fully used while most of it is used for feed, or is abandoned, causing envmental pollution and wastage of resources[5]. Soybean residue is the parenchyma ; the cell walls

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  • Preparation and Applications of Soybean Residue CNF Films

    2017-8-6 · in soybean decreased by 65% of the concentration at PM. Total P loss from PM to harvest for soybean was 67% of the PM content whereas for corn total P loss was only 31%. The additional P loss from residue during winter and spring was small. By April, 25% of the plant P at PM remained in the soybean residue and 53% in the corn residue.

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  • Phosphorus and Potassium Removal and Leaching from

    Recycling Residue. Using salt instead of sugar or baking power instead of baking soda can wreak havoc on your recipes - and the same goes when you mix trash into your recycling bin. Trash, or 'residue,' contaminates recyclable materials, turning the whole bin into trash. Not only can co-mingling of trash and recyclables ruin your batch, but it ...

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  • Potassium Uptake and Recycling to the Soil in Corn and

    2020-10-13 · residue but a higher concentration in soybean than in soybean residue. An important result for crop production and K management was that K fertilization may increase corn or soybean yield or not, but always has a much smaller effect on K removal with harvest than in K accumulation in residue, which recycles to the soil.

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  • by A. S. R. JUO and R. LAL

    Maize + residue 1.58 0.145 184 Maize - residue 1.10 0.106 58 Maize cassava 1.21 0.110 166 Soybean + residue 0.98 0.092 108 LSD (0.05) 0.25 0.032 - * Soils were sampled in March, 1975 for Organic C and total N anal-ysis. Samples for biomass C determinations were taken from one block only in May 1974 by Drs. D. J. Jenkenson and S. Tuckwell of

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  • Soybean waste (okara) as a valorization biomass for

    2015-12-15 · The specific activities of two commercial and four enzyme activities produced in-house were evaluated ().P. funiculosum exhibited the highest level of xylanase and pectinase activity, had moderate endoglucanase activity, and little exoglucanase activity.A. flavus and P. verruculosum also exhibited enzymatic activities similar to those of P. funiculosum, but with slightly lower levels of activity.

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  • Okara Soybean Powder | HOSOKAWAMICRON

    Merit of recycling a soybean by-product. 1. Reduce cost of discard: US200 to 300/ton, annually ten to hundred thousand US 2. Profit from selling recycled product (food, fertilizer, and animal feed) 3. Envmental friendly business 4. Better image For recycling Okara, it has to be dried and ground to suit for transportation and storage.

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  • Potassium Uptake by Corn and Soybean, Recycling to

    2014-12-19 · The K loss decreased as precipitation increased (R 2 0.64 for soybean and 0.38 for corn) and affected more the K loss in soybean than corn. Soil test K increased from fall to spring, and the increase was related to the K lost from residue (r 2 0.56 in soybean and 0.16 in corn). Crop type and precipitation strongly influenced K recycling and ...

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  • Biochar: a potential route for recycling of phosphorus

    2016-4-30 · Phosphorus budgets in each agricultural residue and the agricultural residue with maximum potential for biochar production. The P contents in crop residues and manure are obtained from Preston and Muller (), respectively (Tables S1 and S2 in Supporting Information).The amount of rice hulls is directly collected from Woolf et al.() (Table S1), and the amounts of other selected crop residues ...

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  • Nutrient recycling for sustainable agriculture ... - fao.org

    2021-2-17 · 5.1 A case study of nutrient recycling in 4 crops of season-based cropping systems. Crop rotation of four annual crops, spring rice, summer soybean, late summer rice and winter potato, respectively, was conducted on degraded soil in Bacgiang province (North Viet Nam).

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  • Burning Soybean Harvest Residue in ... - Mississippi

    2021-3-24 · 6) The amount of soybean residue at the time of burning had an effect on results–i.e., the greater the amount of residue, the greater the weed seed kill. It is highly likely that residue resulting from an irrigated soybean crop will be greater than that resulting from a nonirrigated (NI) crop.

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  • Effects of Soybean Curd Residue Silage on the Growth ...

    Approximately 700 thousand tons of soybean curd residue (SCR), wastes from tofu industries, are generated a year in Japan (Amaha et al. 1996). Since the act concerning the promotion of utilization of recyclable food waste, known as the food-recycle law, has become effective in 2000, recycling of SCR has been of increasing importance.

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  • Technology 3: Vermicomposting Technology for

    2014-10-25 · another layer of litter/crop residue in the same ratio up to a height of 2 feet. Two species of epigeic earthworms viz., Eisenia foetidaand Perionyx excavatus were inoculated in the pit. Moisture content was maintained at 60-70% through out the decomposition period. Jute bags (gunny bags) were spread uniformly on the surface of the materials to

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  • Potassium Uptake and Recycling to the Soil in Corn and

    2020-10-13 · residue but a higher concentration in soybean than in soybean residue. An important result for crop production and K management was that K fertilization may increase corn or soybean yield or not, but always has a much smaller effect on K removal with harvest than in K accumulation in residue, which recycles to the soil.

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  • Burning Soybean Harvest Residue in ... - Mississippi

    2021-3-24 · 6) The amount of soybean residue at the time of burning had an effect on results–i.e., the greater the amount of residue, the greater the weed seed kill. It is highly likely that residue resulting from an irrigated soybean crop will be greater than that resulting from a nonirrigated (NI) crop.

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  • Effects of Soybean Curd Residue Silage on the Growth ...

    Approximately 700 thousand tons of soybean curd residue (SCR), wastes from tofu industries, are generated a year in Japan (Amaha et al. 1996). Since the act concerning the promotion of utilization of recyclable food waste, known as the food-recycle law, has become effective in 2000, recycling of SCR has been of increasing importance.

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  • Okara Soybean Powder | HOSOKAWAMICRON

    Merit of recycling a soybean by-product. 1. Reduce cost of discard: US200 to 300/ton, annually ten to hundred thousand US 2. Profit from selling recycled product (food, fertilizer, and animal feed) 3. Envmental friendly business 4. Better image For recycling Okara, it has to be dried and ground to suit for transportation and storage.

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  • 5. CONSERVATION AGRICULTURE - FAO

    2021-2-9 · Residue-based zero tillage in Brazil and Paraguay. ... The results in Table 18 show marked differences. Zero tillage and crop rotation favour recycling of nutrients and better soil structure, resulting in better root development and higher production. ... bean-soybean sequences - …

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  • Ocean Sequestration of Crop Residue Carbon:

    2021-3-12 · Sequestration of biomass residue in the deep ocean is global recycling: terrestrial photosynthesis fixes atmospheric carbon, some of which is fossil fuel-derived, into biomass, which would be sunk in the ocean and eventually buried by sedimentation, in a process analogous to that by which fossil fuels were formed eons ago.

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  • by A. S. R. JUO and R. LAL

    Maize + residue 1.58 0.145 184 Maize - residue 1.10 0.106 58 Maize cassava 1.21 0.110 166 Soybean + residue 0.98 0.092 108 LSD (0.05) 0.25 0.032 - * Soils were sampled in March, 1975 for Organic C and total N anal-ysis. Samples for biomass C determinations were taken from one block only in May 1974 by Drs. D. J. Jenkenson and S. Tuckwell of

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  • Sure Crop Fertilizers Products - Sure Crop Fertilizers

    Sure Complete is a Residue Digester that’s stimulates residue digestion, recycles carbon and mineralizes nutrients contained in crop residue and increase soil organic matter. Complete is a complex of humic and fulvic compounds, bio-stimulants, enzymes and vitamins and diverse microbial species.

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  • By-products - IRRI Rice Knowledge Bank

    2020-3-11 · The main by-products of rice are rice straw, rice husk or hull, and rice bran.. Rice strawis produced when harvesting paddy.Straw comes from what is left on the plant after it is harvested and the s are threshed. Rice husks or hullsare generated during the first stage of rice milling, when rough rice or paddy rice is husked.; Rice bran is produced during the second stage in milling, the ...

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  • Burning Soybean Harvest Residue in ... - Mississippi

    2021-3-24 · 6) The amount of soybean residue at the time of burning had an effect on results–i.e., the greater the amount of residue, the greater the weed seed kill. It is highly likely that residue resulting from an irrigated soybean crop will be greater than that resulting from a nonirrigated (NI) crop.

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  • Corn and Soybean Potassium Uptake, Removal with

    2020-2-5 · concentration or accumulation, and residue dry matter yield (5 to 14% increase for corn and 4 to 9% for soybean). However, for both crops K fertilization caused very large increases for K accumulation in vegetative parts at PM, residue K concentration, and K accumulation in residue (51 to 75% increase for corn and 44 to 57% for soybean).

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  • Soybean meal, protein extn. residue - Substance ...

    Soybean meal, protein extn. residue. By-product, containing primarily carbohydrates, produced by an ethanolic extraction of defatted soybean meal. ... Examples include recommended measures on fire-fighting, transport and recycling and disposal. Please note: ...

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  • Technology 3: Vermicomposting Technology for

    2014-10-25 · another layer of litter/crop residue in the same ratio up to a height of 2 feet. Two species of epigeic earthworms viz., Eisenia foetidaand Perionyx excavatus were inoculated in the pit. Moisture content was maintained at 60-70% through out the decomposition period. Jute bags (gunny bags) were spread uniformly on the surface of the materials to

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  • A Review on Recycling of Sunflower Residue for

    2014-2-4 · However, its residue contains major plant nutrients in the range from 0.45 to 0.60% N, 0.15 to 0.22% P, and 1.80 to 1.94% K along with secondary and micronutrients, so recycling of its residue in the soil may be one of the best alternative practices for replenishing the depleted soil fertility and improving the physical, chemical, and ...

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  • Crop Residue and Residue Management Effects on ...

    2012-10-1 · In no-till soybean production, the presence of crop residue improves soil properties and reduces producer input costs (Doran et al. 1984). Presence of residue also reduces soil erosion, although increasing the infiltration and retention of soil moisture (Bruce and Kells 1990, Tebrue and Duering 1999, Saxton et al. 2001).

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  • Production of lipopeptide antibiotic iturin A using ...

    Bacillus subtilis RB14-CS, which supes the growth of various plant pathogens in vitro by producing the lipopeptide antibiotic iturin A, was cultured using soybean curd residue, okara, a by-product of tofu manufacture in solid-state fermentation. After 4 days incubation, iturin A production reac …

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  • What to do with leftover corn stalks? | AGDAILY

    2018-10-4 · Because of this, completely removing the residue should not be done every year, and a portion of the rows should be left up to leave some residue and nutrient recycling back into the soil. While this may seem counterintuitive, planting cover crops in the corn fields will help breakdown corn residue. Cover crops help recycle nutrients back into ...

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  • By-products - IRRI Rice Knowledge Bank

    2020-3-11 · The main by-products of rice are rice straw, rice husk or hull, and rice bran.. Rice strawis produced when harvesting paddy.Straw comes from what is left on the plant after it is harvested and the s are threshed. Rice husks or hullsare generated during the first stage of rice milling, when rough rice or paddy rice is husked.; Rice bran is produced during the second stage in milling, the ...

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  • Identification of soybean purple acid phosphatase

    Identification of soybean purple acid phosphatase genes and their exion responses to phosphorus availability and symbiosis ... acquisition and recycling in plants. Low P availability is a major constraint to ... characterized by the purple/pink colour as the result of a charge-transfer transition at 550–560 nm from the tyrosine residue ...

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  • Crop Residue and Residue Management Effects on ...

    2012-10-1 · In no-till soybean production, the presence of crop residue improves soil properties and reduces producer input costs (Doran et al. 1984). Presence of residue also reduces soil erosion, although increasing the infiltration and retention of soil moisture (Bruce and Kells 1990, Tebrue and Duering 1999, Saxton et al. 2001).

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  • 7 soybean curd residue composition and utilization

    Hindawi Publishing Corporation ISRN Industrial Engineering Volume 2013, Article ID 423590, 8 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/423590 Review Article Soybean…

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  • Technology 3: Vermicomposting Technology for

    2014-10-25 · another layer of litter/crop residue in the same ratio up to a height of 2 feet. Two species of epigeic earthworms viz., Eisenia foetidaand Perionyx excavatus were inoculated in the pit. Moisture content was maintained at 60-70% through out the decomposition period. Jute bags (gunny bags) were spread uniformly on the surface of the materials to

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  • Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards ...

    2016-12-16 · TFDA currently oversees all soybean shipments. Imported rice is subject to batch-by-batch testing for pesticide residues, heavy metals, ... heavy residue, and veterinary drug standards for livestock and poultry meat are listed in the ... Recycling The Taiwan Envmental Protection Administration (TEPA) is the statutory body responsible for ...

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  • High quality soybean oil processing machine, soybean

    2021-5-26 · Soybean pretreatment equipment and working flow chart. After pretreatment, you can choose to the soybean directly, using mechanical way to get crude soybean oil out, or send the cooked flakiness to solvent extraction plant for extracting more oil. Soybean oil machine in soybean oil processing plant. Soybean oil solvent extraction plant:

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  • Nutrient recycling through agricultural and industrial ...

    2014-8-16 · Nutients lost via residue burning Nutrients kg t-1 of rice residue kg t-1 of wheat residue % lost during burning N 6.0 5.0 82 P 1.0 0.8 44 K 15 10.0 40 S 1.4 1.4 81 Ca 2.8 3.0 52 Mg 12 1.2 47 C 414 400 80 Gupta et al., 2004 11.

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  • 3r2020+ Project – Residue, Resource, Recycling

    2016-7-11 · The project is called 3R2020+ “From the Residue to the Resource through Recycling” and it falls within the category of integral management of the waste. The blog was aware of the project during the Innovation Workshop “ Evolución de las plantas de biogás a nuevos modelos basados en el concepto de biorrefinería ” (June 28th, Madrid) organized by ainia and wherein Alexandre Colzi from ...

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  • Biofertilizers function as key player in sustainable ...

    2014-5-8 · Biofertilizers are a supplementary component to soil and crop management traditions viz., crop rotation, organic adjustments, tillage maintenance, recycling of crop residue, soil fertility renovation and the biocontrol of pathogens and insect pests, which operation can significantly be useful in maintaining the sustainability of various crop ...

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  • Why biodegradables won’t solve the plastic crisis -

    2019-10-30 · Separating out food waste and associated compostable packaging into a different waste stream would mean the remaining recycling is kept away …

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