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Manure Incorporation in No-Till Cropping Systems

On livestock farms with significant manure production, long term surface application of manure has resulted in a concentration of phosphorus in the top inch or two of soils, which can dissolve into surface water and leave the fields in clear run off. According to Penn State Extension, injection may be the answer for using liquid manure in no-till fields.


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Machine Seeds Cover Crops, Injects Hog Manure in One Pass

Blain, Pa., no-tiller Virgil Gutshall Sr. says the rigged-up tanker puts manure nutrients in the root zone in an environmentally responsible manner
A small family-owned hog operation in Pennsylvania is the mastermind behind a rig that sidedresses corn with liquid hog manure and seeds cover crops in one pass — possibly the first machine of its kind in the U.S.
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Manure Injection Gets A Closer Look

Pennsylvania is looking into new ways to deal with the old problem of manure. This year, Pennsylvania is using a $225,000 federal grant to study the benefits of injecting manure into farm fields.
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Tackling No-Till Manure Concerns

There's no doubt that broadcasting manure has its share of problems. But these no-tillers say the benefits far outweigh the drawbacks.
Since the dawn of time, farmers have been using manure to fertilize their fields. And why not? It’s cheap, there’s a lot of it and it yields definite advantages to producing a healthy crop.
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