CHANGES IN SOIL PROFILE N, P, AND K FROM INJECTED LIQUID DAIRY MANURE OR FERTILIZER.

P. P. Motavalli, S. D. Comfort, K. A. Kelling, J. C. Converse

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Abstract

Previous study results indicate that differences in soil chemical composition may arise from the use of injection systems as compared to surface applications. In order to make the most efficient use of liquid injection systems, more research is needed in determining the potential availability of plant nutrients from injection bands. This paper reports on a study to ascertain the changes in soil concentrations of N, P, and K from various rates and number of annual applications of injected liquid manure as compared to commercial fertilizer. Study materials, methods and results are discussed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationASAE Publication
PublisherASAE
Pages200-210
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)0916150763
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 1985

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Motavalli, P. P., Comfort, S. D., Kelling, K. A., & Converse, J. C. (1985). CHANGES IN SOIL PROFILE N, P, AND K FROM INJECTED LIQUID DAIRY MANURE OR FERTILIZER. In ASAE Publication (pp. 200-210). (ASAE Publication). ASAE.