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On-farm manure composting techniques - understanding nitrogen and carbon conservation

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dc.coverage.spatial Ontario 2019-01-25T14:12:29Z 2019-01-25T14:12:29Z 1997 1997-12
dc.description.abstract The overall objective of this project was to evaluate on-farm composting techniques suitable for use in Ontario by commercial livestock and poultry farm operations. The evaluation assessed the composting techniques in terms of their carbon and nutrient transformations and losses, sustainability, environmental impacts, economic viability and their potential for implementation as part of a farm manure nutrient management strategy.
dc.description.sponsorship Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
dc.format pdf
dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher Agriculture Canada
dc.relation.ispartofseries Canada-Ontario Environmental Sustainability Accord (COESA) Report No.: RES/MAN-003/97
dc.rights In Copyright - Non-Commercial Use Permitted
dc.subject farm
dc.subject composting
dc.subject livestock
dc.subject poultry
dc.subject carbon
dc.subject nutrien
dc.subject transformation
dc.subject loss
dc.subject manure management
dc.subject nutrient management
dc.subject economics
dc.title On-farm manure composting techniques - understanding nitrogen and carbon conservation
dc.type Report
dc.rights.holder Agriculture Canada
dc.contributor.affiliation Ecologistics Limited

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