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UMN Manure Management Nov 14
Whose smells worse: Cows, pigs, or poultry? An interesting take on odor:
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Melissa Wilson Nov 18
Which smells the worst? According to science, it's hog . Pretty cool that some of this research was done by scientists, although I feel bad for the grad students who were the 'judges'.
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Melissa Wilson Nov 19
Replying to @GilbertMiito
This article talks a bit about how they determined odor from but you have to get down to the "High-tech meets low-tech" section. They used an olfactometer!
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Alexander J. Stein Nov 17
Organic produces more pollution than conventional practices as it requires more land to produce the same amount of food: |
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Daniela Bowker Nov 18
Ever wondered what £100 of muck looks like? Wonder no more.
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Sustainable Conservation Nov 19
Right back at you! Helping protect water quality while making best use of manure nutrients on-farm? What's not to like?
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UMN Manure Management Nov 19
Research report from on application timing. Great info on how and nitrification inhibitors can play a role. Ultimately, spring applications had the best yields.
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Cockburn Geological Museum Nov 15
Assessing & economic costs & benefits of farmyard fertilisers treated via plasma reactor N2 fixation Supervisor: U Skiba have developed tech enabling to produce enviro friendly
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Ciarán Nov 15
City fans are worse than peak United fans.
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LWR 💩💧 Nov 18
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Jim White Nov 18
Aquatic microogranisms play an important role in the effectiveness of composted fish .
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Jim White Nov 19
An aquatic nitrogen source in a compost will provide diverse microorganisms for your plants. .
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TAMMI 14h
Extension unit at the educators’ fair . Our free headsets made handling topic very popular!
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Jim White Nov 16
He is full of crap. That is why he makes such good Fishnure(TM).
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Melissa Wilson Nov 15
Fun Fact Friday! that significant amounts of nitrogen can be lost from before it's land applied? Numbers in the diagram below (compiled by EPA from several studies) show amounts lost in housing and storage across different species.
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Green Mentor Nov 18
Do you have any spare ton bags we could use to bag up our manure to go out to community groups in Southwark?
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Colfax Dodge County Corn Growers 15h
Both manure and inorganic fertilizer provide nutrients to crops, but only supports structure and function.Learn more from the Team at .
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Allotment Adventure Nov 12
Late night manure collection, I am so glad that this place is within walking distance from the allotments.
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UMN Manure Management Nov 13
Going to the Crop Pest Management Short Course in December this year? research updates will be in the breakout sessions!
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Bonnie Satterthwaite 7h
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