Effect of scleral protein shell amendment on bacterial community succession during the pig manure composting

Kumar Awasthi, S.; Verma, S.; Zhou, Y.; Liu, T.; Kumar Awasthi, M.; Zhang, Z.

Bioresource Technology 360: 127644

2022


ISSN/ISBN: 1873-2976
PMID: 35868462
Accession: 080129773

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Abstract
The impact of scleral protein shell (SPS) amendment on bacterial community succession during pig manure (PM) composting were evaluated in the present work. Five treatments representing different dry weight dosage of SPS [0 % (T1), 2.5 % (T2), 5 % (T3), 7.5 % (T4), 10 % (T5) and 12 % (T6)] were applied with initial mixture of raw materials (Wheat straw along with the PM) and composted for 42 days. Results indicated that the dominant of phyla were Proteobacteria, Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes and Firmicutes. The relative abundance (RA) of genus un-identified, Ruminofilibacter, Thermovum, Longispora and Pseudomonas were greater among the all treatments but interestingly genus Ruminofilibacter was also higher in control treatment. The network analysis was confirmed that T6 treatment with higher dosage of SPS amendment could enhance the bacterial population and rate of organic matter mineralization. Compared with T1, the T5 has greater potential impact to enhance the bacterial population and significant correlation among the pH and temperature.