Friday, June 15, 2018 at
2:30 pm EDT
- Presented by Rebecca Larson
Manure irrigation is the practice of applying livestock manure to fields using irrigation equipment. In response to concerns about this practice, University of Wisconsin Extension convened a workgroup to examine the issues. The workgroup, composed of scientists, public...
Friday, November 17, 2017 at
2:30 pm EST
- Presented by Amber Moore, April Leytem, Joe Harrison
An eight-year study of manure in crop rotations that include root crops (sugar beets and potatoes) is taking a very comprehensive look at manure use. Researchers are studying everything from yields, soil health, characteristics of the harvested crop, nutrient leaching, and...
Friday, June 16, 2017 at
2:30 pm EDT
- Presented by Nichole Embertson, Zachary Easton
Despite decades of efforts to reduce non-point source nutrient pollution, excessive nutrient losses continue from agricultural lands, contributing to water quality impairment. Wet, temperate and/or humid regions of the US, increasingly experience frequent runoff events that...
Friday, March 21, 2014 at
1:30 pm EDT
- Presented by Glen Arnold, Bruce Clevenger, Amanda Douridas
Using livestock manure on a growing crop can more readily maximize the use of the manure nutrients while reducing the need of commercial fertilizer. Better utilization of manure nutrients will reduce offsite movement of these nutrients into surface waters. Ohio State...
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at
2:00 pm EDT
- Presented by Jill Heemstra
Spreading manure in winter: what are the risks?Kevan Klingberg, University of Wisconsin