[nafex] Re:manure sublimation

del stubbs pinewoodel at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 27 10:14:51 EST 2001


>Much of the N content of herbivore manures sublimates off as
>ammonia as a result of bacterial action, if it's lying on the soil surface.
>Lucky Pittman

Didn't know that. Makes me wonder if putting a THIN layer of fresh manure 
around the orchard wouldn't be a disaster, if applied early enough in the 
year.(the cold climate hardening-off problem)  But it could still add 
organic matter and worm activity. Well rotted manure isn't always easy to 
come by.
Mn. Del z2/3

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