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Farm Management  >  Manure & Air Quality  >  AE 3600

Distribution of Liquid Manure Application

Kapil Arora , Daniel Andersen

Land application of liquid manure as a nutrient replacement or supplement for crop production is a well-established practice in Iowa. This practice replenishes cropland with nutrients removed by crop harvest. This publication provides tips for improving the performance of a distribution manifold used in the land application of liquid manure.

Pages / Length: 6
Publication Date: 12/2016
Available Inventory: 2143

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