Ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions after landspreading of slurry as influenced by application technique and dry matter-reduction. II. Short term nitrous oxide emissions
Clemens, J.; Vandre, R.; Kaupenjohann, M.; Goldbach, H.
Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 160(5): 491-496
Strategies reducing NH3 volatilization from slurry include separation of slurry, special application techniques and additives. The impact of manure separation and application technique on N2O release after manure application was studied in a field experiment. Untreated and separated cattle slurry (dry matter content of 7.1% and 4.4%, respectively) was applied to winter wheat using broadcast and banded application and injection.