Reduction of Pollutant Load by Small Pond in a Rice Paddy Applied with Pig Manure Compost

@inproceedings{Kim2014ReductionOP,
  title={Reduction of Pollutant Load by Small Pond in a Rice Paddy Applied with Pig Manure Compost},
  author={Min-kyeong Kim and Myung-Hyun Kim and Soon-Kun Choi and Kwang-jin Cho and Seong-Chang Hong and Goo-Bok Jung and Kyuho So},
  year={2014}
}
Pig slurry has been considered as environmental waste to be treated in an appropriate manner. Moreover, water-born pollution loads by agricultural non-point source(NPS) pollution are expected to become intensified due to ongoing precipitation change. This study was conducted to develop a best management practice to reduce NPS pollution load by agricultural activity with pig manure compost. An eco-friendly way, small drainage pond, was suggested in this study to avoid direct drainage of… 
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