SUGAR BEET PULP SILAGING
LACTACEL-W is an inoculant for silaging of sugar beet pulp pellets. LACTACEL-W is a bacterial and enzymatic bioformulation containing lactic acid bacteria and cellulytic enzymes of main endo-l,4-beta-glucanase, xylanase and glucoamylase activity, causing partial decomposition of raw pulp fibres during silaging, resulting in release of monosacharides to the level forming a sufficient media for lactic acid bacteria development. Analysis results for sugar beet pulp silages prepared with the LACTACEL-W formulation confirm reduction in a raw fibre level caused by enzymes in the formulation and produced by bacteria during the silaging process. Silages produced from sugar beet pulp with LACTACEL-W added receive very good notes. They are characterised by their smell of fresh pulp and well preserved silage structure, and are readily eaten by pigs and cattle.
A-a granulated bacterial formulation:
The formulation contains strains of lactic acid bacteria:
- Lactobacillus plantarum KKP/788/p
- Lactobacillus plantarum KKP/593/p
- Lactobacillus buchnerii KKP/907/p
The lactic acid bacteria strains in the formulation have exceptional ability to biosynthesise enzymes: xylanase and endo-1,4-beta-glucanase.
B-a liquid concentrate containing fodder enzymes:
The formulation is available as a set for 30 tonnes of sugar beet pulp.
- 1 set/dose per 30 tonnes of matter
For silaging of sugar beet pulp we also offer a bacterial bioformulation LACTOSIL.