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The Novozymes enzyme-manufacturing facility in Blair, Neb. produces enzymes through aerobic fermentation of non-pathogenic and non-toxigenic microorganisms. The process generates a solid byproduct consisting of lime-stabilized spent microbial biomass (LSSMB) (Figure 1).
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Wortmann, Charles S.; Sawyer, John; and Tonn, Steve, "On-Farm Study Researches Novozymes Fermentation Spent Residuals" (2015). Extension and Outreach Publications. 117.
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