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Investigation of the displacement of dissolved organic substances from farmyard manure and silage effluent in soils of different texture

, : Investigation of the displacement of dissolved organic substances from farmyard manure and silage effluent in soils of different texture. Zeitschrift fur Kulturtechnik und Landentwicklung 30(1): 58-66

The displacement of soluble organic substances from farmyard manure and silage effluent in soils of very varied texture were studied with soil sample rings. Higher silt and clay contents caused a decrease in the displacement of those substances. Those from farmyard manure were more readily adsorbed than those from silage effluent.

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