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Behaviour and seepage of faecal organisms from slurry application on typical soils of the Langenauer Donaurieds


, : Behaviour and seepage of faecal organisms from slurry application on typical soils of the Langenauer Donaurieds. Umweltaspekte der Tierproduktion Vortrage zum Generalthema des 103 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 16-2191991 in Ulm: 613-618

Selected sites in the title area investigated the survival of faecal coliforms and faecal streptococci in soils (gley-chernozem and humic-gley) and drainage water and results are presented. Faecal matter did not survive long in the studied soils. Under unfavourable conditions, however, a temporary limited increase took place. To avoid these conditions the slurry surface should be broken up and, when possible, worked immediately.


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