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Manure & Air Quality
How to Sample Manure for Nutrient Analysis
Melissa McEnany, Daniel Andersen, Angela Rieck-Hinz, Jeff Lorimor, Tom L. Richard, Kris Kohl
A field-by-field nutrient management program requires multiple components to maintain adequate fertility for crop growth and development. A well-designed soil sampling plan, including proper soil test interpretations, along with manure sampling, manure nutrient analysis, equipment calibration, appropriate application rates and application methods are all necessary components of a nutrient management plan. This publication describes how to sample solid, semisolid, and liquid manure.
Previously known as PM 1558.
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