Heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria silage additive Tasty Silage Maize
homofermentative lactic acid bacteria

heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria silage additive
heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria silage additive
heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria silage additive
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heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria, homofermentative lactic acid bacteria

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Tasty Silage Maize Optimise your own fodder Tasty Silage Maize is the ideal silage additive for maximising your own forage. It enables maize silage to be stored quickly, which preserves its feed value. It contributes to the production of essential acids that inhibit heating and the development of mould. Rapid preservation The maize must be well packed and the silo immediately closed to eliminate the oxygen present and start storage. What is important during this process is the transformation of sugars into lactic acid. Lactic acid lowers the pH value, quickly stabilises the silage and keeps it stable. Tasty Silage Maize contains bacteria and enzymes that produce lactic acid in order to improve the availability of sugars for these bacteria. Strong points : - Fast preservation due to lactic acid production - Slows down the development of mould and heat build-up - Preserves food value - Palatable fodder - Both Low and High Volume Applicator - Can be used in organic farming. Composition : - Homofermentative lactic bacterium Transforms sugars into lactic acid. - Propionic Bacterium: Develops only when conditions are "provocative" and produces propionic acid from lactic acid. Propionic acid deactivates moulds and yeasts. - Enzymes: During storage, they ensure the rapid transformation of starch into sugars that can be used to produce lactic acid.
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