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HANDLING AND LAND APPLICATION SYSTEMS FOR SOLID AND SEMI-SOLID MANURE

Posted in: Pork Insight Articles, Prairie Swine Centre, Production by PSCI on July 6, 2017


The application of manure nutrients to cropland in an environmentally acceptable manner is an essential component of future agricultuml production worldwide. Manure nutrients applied at rates that match crop nutrient requirements are the basis of manure management programs, which maximize nutrient uptake
and minimize the potential for ground and surface water pollution. To achieve this requires knowledge of the nutrient content of the manure and the ability to apply manure accurately at rates that meet but do not exceed crop needs. In addition to the nutrient content of manure, the physical and flow properties of the material can help predict material-machine interactions, affecting the performance and efficiency of the equipment. Improved handling and land application technologies will make the management of different forms of solid and semi-solid manure in large quantities a more technologically and economically interesting alternative for both livestock and field crop producers.

HANDLING AND LAND APPLICATION SYSTEMS FOR MANURE

 
 
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