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The main concern would be that yeasts themselves are the primary cause of heating in silage, and so using a yeast inoculum could worsen stability. Of course, if you fond a strain that did not cause heating and did not negatively effect fermentation but did provide a benefit, then it could be possible to product.
Participation in Forum on October 14, 2009
In reply to Mr Phillips comment about L. buchneri growing quickly and converting all the lactic to acetic, there are close to 100 independent studies done with L. buchneri strain 40788 that I have seen and in no case have I seen that effect. I reality L. buchneri is far slower at growth than homolactic LAB. The only situations I have ever seen where L. buchneri resulted in high levels of acetic ...
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