publication . Conference object . 2011

Biomethane digestate from horse manure, a new waste usable in compost for growing the button mushroom , Agaricus bisporus ?

Savoie, Jean-Michel; Vedier, R.; Blanc, Frederic; Minvielle, Nathalie; Rousseaut, T.; Delgenès, Jean-Philippe;
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  • Published: 04 Oct 2011
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Country: Morocco
Abstract
Mushroom cultivation is a direct utilization of their ecological role of organic matter degradation in the bioconversion of solid wastes generated from industry and agriculture into edible biomass, which could also be regarded as a functional food or as a source of drugs and pharmaceuticals. Significant changes are expected in the integrated management of wastes streams in the future due to the use of plant biomass for biofuel and energy production and other non-food crops. On the one hand these activities may use the same wastes than those allowing mushroom cultivation today and problem of competition for supplying may occur. On the other hand these new activit...
Subjects
free text keywords: composting, button mushroom, horse manure, methanisation, [SDV]Life Sciences [q-bio], [SDE]Environmental Sciences, composting;button mushroom;horse manure;methanisation, champignon comestible, agaricus bisporus, gestion de déchet, culture, champignon de paris, compost, méthanisation

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publication . Conference object . 2011

Biomethane digestate from horse manure, a new waste usable in compost for growing the button mushroom , Agaricus bisporus ?

Savoie, Jean-Michel; Vedier, R.; Blanc, Frederic; Minvielle, Nathalie; Rousseaut, T.; Delgenès, Jean-Philippe;