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Hog and cattle manure additions in the Black Soil Zone of Saskatchewan: agronomic considerations
Experiments were conducted in 1997 at two sites (Burr and Dixon) in the Black soil zone, east - central Saskatchewan, to examine the effects of different rates and methods of application of swine and cattle manure applied ...
Post-emergence application of liquid swine manure in east central Saskatchewan
In early 1997, the Prairie Protein Action Committee was established and one of its objectives was to identify ways to meet the increasing demand for wheat with specific protein quality and quantity (Fowler et al. 1998). ...
Soil and crop response to injected liquid swine manure on two Gray Luvisols
Intensive livestock production is increasing in western Canada, and so is the need to dispose of the manure produced. In the last six years or so, the Saskatchewan Centre for Soil Research at the University of Saskatchewan ...
Swine manure as a source of plant nutrients
Early supplies of available nitrogen to the seed-row as affected by fertilizer placement
A field experiment was conducted at Star City, (legal location SW6-45-16-W2); Saskatchewan, Canada from May to June 2000, to measure N and P supply rates from fertilizer band to canola seed row. Ion exchange resin membrane ...
Crop response to liquid swine effluent and solid cattle manure over four years in east-central Saskatchewan
Due to the advent of relatively cheap chemical N fertilizers, the use of livestock manure as a source of nutrients to crops was downplayed (James, et al., 1996). However, the expansion of the livestock industry, the need ...