Runoff Reductions with Incorporated Manure - a Literature Review

@inproceedings{2018RunoffRW,
  title={Runoff Reductions with Incorporated Manure - a Literature Review},
  author={},
  year={2018}
}
  • Published 2018
The land application of manure has long been viewed to improve crop production and soil properties such as infiltration, aggregation, and bulk density due to the presence of nutrients and organic matter. It is generally accepted that the resulting soil properties from manure application can decrease runoff and soil erosion. In an effort to verify these claims and to quantify the reduction in runoff and soil loss, several manure application runoff studies have been completed in the United States… CONTINUE READING

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