Impacts of different pig slurry application methods on soil quality indicators in a maize-soybean cropping sequence in the Sub-humid Pampas of Argentina
Purpose In Argentina, pig slurry (PS) is spread in surface with N losses in ammonia form. Different methods to decrease these emissions are available, but there is poor information about their…
APLICACIÓN DE COMPOST DE CAMA PROFUNDA PORCINA: CALIDAD DE SUELO Y PRODUCCIÓN DE SOJA (Glycine max L.)
La aplicacion de compost mejora la fertilidad del suelo y el crecimiento de los cultivos, sin embargo, es aun escasa la informacion sobre la aplicacion de compost de cama profunda porcina (CPP) en…
Rainwater Management and Soil Improvement Techniques in Maize-Soy Bean Intercrop
- Environmental Science
Constraints, opportunities and strategies along maize-soy bean value chain were identified in two districts (Lawra and Tolon) in the Volta River basin of Northern Ghana. Identified constraints which…
The effectiveness of flame weeding and cultivation on weed control, yield and yield components of organic soybean as influenced by manure application
- BiologyRenewable Agriculture and Food Systems
Combining flaming with cultivation has a potential to effectively control weeds in organic soybean production across a range of FRs.
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Comparison of liquid swine manure application and ammonia nitrogen application timing on subsurface drainage water quality
Environmental Protection Commission – Alternative Considerations Regarding Liquid Swine Manure Application Rates to Soybean
- September 14, 2006. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.
Residual Effects of Composted and Fresh Solid Swine ( Sus scrofa L.) Manure on Soybean [ Glycine max (L.) Merr.] Growth and Yield
Investigation of the residual effect of fresh or composted hoop house swine manure on the growth and yield of soybean found soybean plants from manure-amended plots were significantly taller and had a thicker stem diameter than plants from the other plots.
Liquid swine manure as a phosphorus source for corn-soybean rotation
- Environmental Science
Manure phosphorus management is a concern in many areas where livestock production has concentrated. This study compared the effects of liquid swine (&« acrq/a domejAczw) manure and P fertilizer…
Subsurface drain flow characteristics during a 15 year period in Minnesota
- Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium. ASAE Publication Number 701P0304, St. Joseph, MI: ASAE.
Liquid swine manure as a nitrogen source for corn and soybean production
- Thesis. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.
Soybean Varietal Response to Liquid Swine Manure Application
Manure application to soybean appears to be an acceptable management practice regardless of cultivar, except when the application exacerbated an already present disease pressure.
Swine Manure Application to Nodulating and Nonnodulating Soybean
Manure applied to soybean at available N rates equal to or less than the amount of N accumulated in the crop appeared to be agronomically and environmentally sound.
Phytophthora root rot, damping off, Sclerotinia stem rot and Brown stem rot of soybeans in response to swine manure application
- Thesis. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.
A Manure Management Survey of Minnesota Swine Producers: Effect of Farm Size on Manure Application
There is a national trend for swine enterprises to increase in size due to cost efficiencies associated with economies of scale. This study was performed to evaluate the effect of farm size on manure…