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Spreading Dairy Waste Without Lab Analysis or Soil Tests

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Title: Spreading Dairy Waste Without Lab Analysis or Soil Tests
Author: Fulhage, Charles Duane; Pfost, Donald L.
Keywords: dairy waste management
groundwater protection
regulatory requirements
fertilizer resource
Date: 1993-04
Publisher: University of Missouri Extension
Abstract: A primary need and concern for most confinement livestock producers is managing manure so that groundwater and surface water are protected and regulatory requirements are fulfilled. This objective is usually accomplished by applying manure to the land in such a manner that the potential polluting nutrients (N, P, K and organic matter) are used by the soil-plant complex and are not allowed to enter the groundwater/surface water infrastructure.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/3918
Other Identifiers: WQ309

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