Air Emissions After Manure Land Application Including Subsurface Application of Poultry Litter and Solid Manure

Dairy, Animal Manure Management June 10, 2013 Print Friendly and PDF

When manure is land applied there are many different gases emitted, including greenhouse gases and those that contribute to odors. How much is emitted and how does that change with different application methods? This presentation was originally broadcast on September 18, 2009. More...

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Gaseous Emissions Following Land Application of Manures

Curtis Dell, USDA ARS (16 minutes)

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Monitoring Manure Odors Following Land Application

Robin Brandt, Pennsylvania State University (15 minutes)

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Greenhouse Gas and Odor Emissions Following Land Application of Manure

Also includes a discussion of injecting solid manure (subsurface application)
Joy Agnew, Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (16 minutes)

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Subsurface Application of Poultry Litter

Curtis Dell, USDA ARS (5 minutes)

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