Direct incorporation of liquid manure

Large-area liquid manure incorporation saves time and money

Large-area liquid manure incorporation is a combination of tillage with simultaneous liquid manure spreading. This conveniently merges two work steps into one. The soil is worked using conservation tillage, while directly incorporating liquid manure or digestate at the same time. The procedure can be carried out with either a self-propelled vehicle or a tanker. Direct, large-area liquid manure incorporation therefore saves time and money. At the same time, direct liquid manure incorporation means less travel over the field, lower ammonia emissions, and lower odor levels. It also meets the requirements of Germany's four-hour incorporation rule.

 

 

 

Large-area liquid manure incorporation - all advantages at a glance

  • Simultaneous liquid manure incorporation and tillage saves time and money  
  • Compliance with Germany's four-hour incorporation rule
  • Less field travel
  • Lower nitrogen emissions
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  • Simultaneous liquid manure incorporation and tillage
  • Compliance with Germany's four-hour incorporation rule
  • Less field travel
  • Lower nitrogen emissions

 

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