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Agricultural, economic, business and environmental aspects when applying and incorporating organic livestock manure in arable farming and field cultivation of vegetables



Agricultural, economic, business and environmental aspects when applying and incorporating organic livestock manure in arable farming and field cultivation of vegetables



Verslag Proefstation voor de Akkerbouw en de Groenteteelt in de Vollegrond ( 130): 113 pp.



Different systems of slurry application and the incorporation of manure were tested on different soil types in the Netherlands. Experiments in 1988, 1989 and 1990 provided information on incorporating slurry, losses through volatilization and the uptake of the applied nutrients by the following crop. Above-ground application of manure without incorporation produced an ammonia-N emission of 30-55% of the application within 96 hours.

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