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How to Interpret Your Manure Nutrient Analysis

Angela Rieck-Hinz , Thomas G. Miller , John Sawyer , L. Gregory Brenneman , Joel DeJong

A manure sample analysis that indicates manure nutrient concentrations can help define application rates and increase the potential as a crop nutrient source. Learn how frequently to sample, what testing to request and how to use analysis results in a manure nutrient management plan.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 09/2011
Available Inventory: 2050

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