LACTOBACILLI FOR ENSILING PLANT RAW MATERIALS
Danylenko S.G., Doctor of Technical Sciences
Khonkov M.A., Specialist in the department of biotechnology
Iskra K.A., Specialist in the department of biotechnology
Institute of Food Resources of NAAS of Ukraine
Ensiling is an effective way to preserve vegetable raw materials. In particular, the use of lactobacilli-based biological products is one of the possible ways to obtain high-quality nutritional
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ensilage. In particular, composite preparations are widely used, these combining highly active strains that cause rapid pH reduction to 4.0-4.2 and produce a wide range of antimicrobial metabolites such as lactic, acetic, propionic acids and other volatile fatty acids. In this study, the biological preparation «Sinsyl-TIMM» for corn silage was studied.
It was found that the preparation is characterized by high activity on the accumulation of lactic and acetic acids, these providing antagonistic activity against anaerobic and aerobic spoilage microflora. It was also found that the ensilage treated with the «Sinsyl-TIMM» preparation is characterized by a decrease in the loss of crude protein. A decrease in dry matter was also detected. The fiber content increased but the lignin content decreased. The sensorial characteristics of the silo are characterized by green color, a pleasant fruity odor, the consistency of the ensilage particles is dense, they can be easily separated, and there is no slippage. According to DSTU 4782: 2007 the ensilage was qualified as the first class.
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