Utilizing Liquid Livestock Manure as a Top-dress to Wheat and Side-dress to Corn

Animal Manure Management May 15, 2014|Print

This webcast discusses five years of on-farm research plots where liquid swine and dairy manure has been applied to soft red winter wheat fields and compared to urea as a spring top-dress nitrogen source. Research plots have utilized a Veenhuizen toolbar and a Peecon toolbar to incorporate liquid manure into standing wheat and more recently a dragline has been utilized to make manure application more efficient and reduce soil compaction. This presentation was originally broadcast on January 21, 2011. More...

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Incorporating Liquid Livestock Manure to Wheat

Glen Arnold, Putnam County Extension Educator, The Ohio State University (11 minutes)

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Surface Applying Liquid Livestock Manure to Wheat

Glen Arnold, Putnam County Extension Educator, The Ohio State University (24 minutes)

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Side-dressing Liquid Livestock Manure to Corn

Glen Arnold, Putnam County Extension Educator, The Ohio State University (11 minutes)

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