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Study of wood decomposition caused by the fungus Lenzites betulina

Study of wood decomposition caused by the fungus Lenzites betulina

Chemical treatment of wood Mezhvuzovskii Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov, Khimiya Pererabotki Drevesnogo: 12-16

Aspen (Populus) sawdust was decomposed with and without activated sludge hydrolysate to produce fodder. Sawdust with activated sludge decomposed faster than that without sludge (18.3% wt. loss in 30 days compared with 17.7%).

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