Optimized for cultivation of lactobacillus
Aerated cultivation and anaerobic cultivation enabled
Minimized nutrient loss and no condensation during sterilization
Structured to contain rich physiological activating substance after cultivation
No need for pH compensation
Complete dissolution of medium
⊙ Characteristics of Lactobacillus
- · Various shapes with the basics of filamentousbacillus, coccobacillus and coccus.
- · Producing enzyme, vitamin (folic acid), amino acid and nucleic acid (uracil and cytosine) at the anaerobic fermentation of compost, → quality improvement
- · Secreting bacteriocin (antibacterial substance) → suppressing noxious bacteria
- · Suppressing the proliferation of pathogenic microorganisms and preventing soil blight by increasing acidity creating lactic acid at the fermentation process.
- · Improving feed efficiency and disease resistance by producing digestive enzymes with the microorganisms attached to the intestine.
⊙ Lactobacillus Medium
- · Medium: glucose, yeast extract and etc.
- · Seed: Lactobacillus sp. (available upon request.)
- Characteristics and Advantages
- · It is optimized for culturing Lactobacillus
- · Aeration cultivation and anaerobic cultivation are available
- · Minimizing nutrient that is destroyed at sterilization, and there is not any aggregation.
- · It is composed to contain abundant bioactive substances after completing cultivation.
- · pH adjust is not necessary.
- · Complete dissolution of the medium ingredients
How to Use (based on 100ℓ cultivation)
- · Put water of 100ℓ volume and 2kg medium into a fermenter and dissolve it well.
- · After dissolving the medium completely, sterilize or pasteurize it.
- · When the temperature of the fermenter is cooled to 40℃ or below after completing sterilization (pasteurization), put seed into the fermenter.
- · Conditions of cultivation : Temperature - 37℃, Agitating speed - 90rpm (In case of aeration cultivation, air supply volume is 5ℓ/min)
- · Cultivation time : 20~32h
- (Please inquire us concerning the conditions and the time of cultivation, as they differ depending on the type and capacity of fermenter.)
Advantages and Uses of Effective Microorganisms
|Effect of Use in the Field of Agriculture||Effect of Use in the Field of Livestock|
- • Enhancing soil fertility by decomposing non-biodegradable organics
- • Decomposition and synthesis of organic and inorganic matters
- • Increasing the vitality of various fertilizers
- • Promoting the growth of crops
- • Improving salt aggregation and gas interference
- • Preventing digestive diseases and stabilizing microbial flora by intestinal regulation
- • Promoting the production of feed digestive enzyme and improving feed efficiency and disease resistance
- • Eliminating the odor in cattle shed through the suppression of putrefactive bacteria