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Leaching of manure nutrients as influenced by soil type, manure type and the time of manure application






Agriculture: nitrogen cycling and leaching in cool and wet regions of Europe COST 814 Workshop held in Gembloux Belgium October 22-23, 1992: 112-113

Leaching of manure nutrients as influenced by soil type, manure type and the time of manure application

The effects of soil type, manure type and time of manure application on leaching of manure nutrients were investigated in lysimeters filled with fine sand or Carex peat. Cow slurry and fox manure were sprad on the lysimeter soils at rates of 48 and 23 t/ha, resp. in 1989 and 1990. The nitrification inhibitor Didin was added to some lysimeters. Barley was grown in the lysimeters during summer 1990.


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