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Development of mass production technology of mushroom using sewage sludge and consideration for agricultural use of CO<sub>2</sub> gas generated in mushroom cultivation process

  • YAMAUCHI Masahito
    Advanced Civil Engineering Courses, National Institute of Technology, Kagoshima College
  • SHIMADA Atsushi
    Dept. of Agri-Production Sciences, Tamagawa University Dept. of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Kagoshima University
  • YAMADA Masayoshi
    Advanced Civil Engineering Courses, National Institute of Technology, Kagoshima College
  • TOKUDA Yujiro
    Advanced Civil Engineering Courses, National Institute of Technology, Kagoshima College Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nagaoka University of Technology
  • YAGI Fumio
    Kagoshima University
  • KURODA Kyohei
    Dept. of Chemical Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Miyakonojo College
  • KOZAI Naoko
    Dept. of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Kagoshima University
  • YAMAMOTO Masashi
    Dept. of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Kagoshima University

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  • 下水汚泥を用いた食用きのこ量産化技術の開発ときのこ栽培過程で発生するCO<sub>2</sub>の農業利用への検討

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<p> In this study, in order to develop the mass production technology necessary for the implementation of edible mushroom cultivation using sewage sludge (dehydrated sludge), mass production test of oyster mushroom medium using dry steam was carried out. As a result, by stirring the medium for 7 minutes with a dry steam stirrer, dehydrated sludge and other medium materials were uniformly stirred, and it was possible to create a medium for mass production. It was also found that the yield characteristics and morphological characteristics of the fruiting bodies of the dry steam injection medium were comparable to the control medium. In addition, CO2 fertilization test using passion fruit was carried out for the purpose of developing agricultural application technology of CO2 generated in the mushroom cultivation process. It was apparent that CO2 fertilization increased the sugar acid ratio of the fruit and improved fruit quality.</p>

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