Making Maximum Use of Nutrients in Liquid Manure

Animal Manure Management June 26, 2014|Print

Ohio State University Extension has conducted small-plot and on-farm research on using swine and dairy manure as a sidedress nitrogen source for corn. This presentation was originally broadcast on March 21, 2014. More...

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Making Maximum Use of Nutrients in Liquid Manure

Glen Arnold, The Ohio State University (17 minutes)

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Nutrient Boom – Applying Dairy Manure to Standing Corn

Glen Arnold, The Ohio State University (11 minutes)

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P and N Concentrations in Drainage: Water Related to Controlled Drainage

Bruce Clevenger, The Ohio State University (14 minutes)

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DARA Drainage Demo Plots

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