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Make sensible and economic use of slurry. Sample calculations of costs involved in mechanization

, : Make sensible and economic use of slurry. Sample calculations of costs involved in mechanization. Neue Landwirtschaft ( 12): 78-81

A major factor preventing effective use of slurries is the fact that the possibilities of applying it to crops are intermittent while its production by livestock is continuous. Procedures for minimizing its production and bulk by appropriate feeding, watering, cleaning and storage practices and by planning the timing and volumes to be applied to various crops to make the best use of its nutrient content and of equipment and manpower are suggested.

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