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Combining manure application, cover crops webcast


January 8, 2010
By Marg Land


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January 6, 2010 –
Combining cover crops and manure becomes a winning combination to capture and
recycle nutrients, protect the soil from erosion and add organic matter while
decreasing the environmental risks with liquid manure applications.


January 6, 2010 –
Combining cover crops and manure becomes a winning combination to capture and
recycle nutrients, protect the soil from erosion and add organic matter while
decreasing the environmental risks with liquid manure applications.

Slurry seeding is an
integrated process that incorporates low-disturbance tillage, manure
application and seeding of forages and cover crops in one efficient trip over
the field.

Two webcast presenters –
Jeremy Singer, research agronomist with the USDA Agricultural Research Service
in Ames, IA, plus Tim Harrigan, associate professor of Bio Systems and
Agricultural Engineering
at Michigan State University – will provide research
results and answer questions. The free educational webcast is from the
Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center of eXtension.

The Friday, Jan. 15
session begins at 2:30 p.m. EST. The webcast meeting room opens 15 minutes
before the start time. Go here.


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