Methane Gas Production Test From Forage Swamp with Ensilase Method As Biogas Plants

Erra Kartika, Nuni Gofar, Sofia Sandi


This study aims to test the production of methane gas from forage swamps by ensilase as biogas plants. Treatment levels consisted of 3 treatments P1 (100% Kumpai tembaga grass (Hymenachne acutigluma)), P2 (50% Kumpai tembaga grass (Hymenachne acutigluma) + 50% Kemon air (Neptunia oleracea lour)), P3 (100% Kemon air (Neptunia Oleracea lour)) and 5 replications. The result of the diversity analysis showed that silage swamp silage ensilase process significantly (p <0,05) to methane gas formation. The best composition was obtained from the treatment of P1 Kumpai tembaga grass (Hymenachne acutigluma) 100%.

Keywords: Production, Methane, Forage Swamps, Ensilase, Biogas Plants.

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