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Utilization of vinasses as soil amendment: consequences and perspectives
RENE GUADALUPE MORAN SALAZAR
ANA LORENA SANCHEZ LIZARRAGA
JACOBO RODRIGUEZ CAMPOS
GUSTAVO DAVILA VAZQUEZ
ERIKA NAHOMY MARINO MARMOLEJO
Luc Dendooven
SILVIA MARIBEL CONTRERAS RAMOS
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10.1186/s40064-016-2410-3
https://doi.org/10.1186/s40064-016-2410-3
Agave, Greenhouse gases, Mezcal, Sugar beet, Sugarcane, Tequila
"Vinasses are a residual liquid generated after the production of beverages, such as mezcal and tequila, from agave (Agave L.), sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) or sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.). These effluents have specific characteristics such as an acidic pH (from 3.9 to 5.1), a high chemical oxygen demand (50,000–95,000 mg L−1) and biological oxygen demand content (18,900–78,300 mg L−1), a high total solids content (79,000 and 37,500 mg L−1), high total volatile solids 79,000 and 82,222 mg L−1, and K+ (10–345 g L−1) content. Vinasses are most commonly discarded onto soil. Irrigation of soil with vinasses, however, may induce physical, chemical and biochemical changes and affect crop yields. Emission of greenhouse gases (GHG), such as carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and methane, might increase from soils irrigated with vinasses. An estimation of GHG emission from soil irrigated with vinasses is given and discussed in this review".
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07-07-2016
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SpringerPlus (2016) 5:1007 DOI 10.1186/s40064-016-2410-3
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