Manure and Soil Erosion, Runoff, and Losses

Animal Manure Management March 06, 2017 Print Friendly and PDF

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In the Manure and Soil Erosion, Runoff, and Losses roundtable, our goal was to discover the influence of manure on soil and runoff. We discussed if certain fields will produce more environmental benefits than others and whether timing of application affects these benefits. Finally, we debated whether we can derive an economic and environmental value for manure beyond its nutrient value, due to improved moisture retention and decreased erosion. Field experiences and observations related to the value of manure as well as what farmers still need related to soil building with manure were reviewed. This dialogue was the third in a four part series discussing the current state of our knowledge relative to manure’s impact on soil health.

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Nathan Nelson, Kansas State University

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John Gilley, USDA Agricultural Research Service

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Mike Kucera, NRCS National Soil Survey Center

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Andy Scholting, Nutrient Advisors

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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.