• The effect and effect of red onion

    The effect and effect of red onion

    1. Swelling and pain relief Red onion can reduce swelling and pain, and can also be used for dehumidification of hurricane. It can be used for the treatment of various common diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and joint swelling and pain in human beings. It can be dehydrated by water during treat... read more

    Apr 13,2019 Industry News
  • Main difference between red onion and onion

    Main difference between red onion and onion

    1, The difference between onions Red onion: Onion has the ability to divide, and a red onion can be divided into many plants, so the scientific name is called onion. Onions: Plants with onions do not have this ability to divide, and an onion grows to death. 2, Shape and size difference Red onion: Th... read more

    Apr 19,2019 Industry News
  • Sugar cane making method with corn cob

    Sugar cane making method with corn cob

    1. Grinding and immersing: Select 100 kg of corn cob in the current year to grind into fine chips. The size is similar to bean granules. Soak in the soaking tank for 1 to 2 hours to make the corn core chips swell and absorb water, and the water absorption amount is about 40%. After soaking, remove t... read more

    Apr 30,2019 Industry News
  • Precautions for using corncob granules as feed

    Precautions for using corncob granules as feed

    The use of corncob granules as feed should first be carried out in a step-by-step manner, allowing the animals to use a process of adaptation, initially feeding a small amount, then gradually adding them every day, and reaching the expected feed amount in about 7 days. It is better to feed the mixed... read more

    May 11,2019 Industry News
  • Corn core powder component

    Corn core powder component

    The main components of corn cob are cellulose, half cellulose and lignin. In the meantime, cellulose accounts for 32% to 36%, and xanthose accounts for 35% to 40%, and lignin accounts for 25%. According to the measurement, the corn cob contains 2%-06% crude protein, 0.5% crude fat content, 52.9% sol... read more

    May 17,2019 Industry News