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Ammonia volatilization from pig slurry and concentrated anaerobic fermented slurry. Measured by a new micrometeorological mass-balance technique; Ammoniakfordampning fra svinegylle og opkoncentreret biogasgylle. Bestemt med en ny mikrometeorologisk massebalancemetode

Technical Report:

Abstract

Ammonia volatilization was determined from pig slurry and concentrated anaerobic fermented slurry applied in the field. The slurry was surface applied on the crop canopy, drag hose applied on the soil beneath the crop or directly injected into the soil. Losses were determined by an atmospheric mass balance technique with passive NH{sub 3}-flux samplers. The slurry was applied to six squared plots (15 x 15m) situated in a winter wheat field. The experiments were conducted during two eight day periods in April and May to a 5-10 cm and 30-35 cm high winter wheat, respectively. The mass-balance technique was found to be well suited for this type of experiments. To avoid transfer of ammonia beteen the plots, distances between plots should be more than 50 m. Preferentially the plots should be placed in rows perpendicular to the wind direction. (au) (23 refs.)
Authors:
Gjedde Sommer, S; Petersen, J [1] 
  1. Forskningscenter Foulum. Afd. for Planteernaering og -fysiologi, Tjele (Denmark)
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1993
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
NEI-DK-1746
Reference Number:
SCA: 098000; PA: DK-94:001742; EDB-95:013130; SN: 95001301474
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1993
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; ANAEROBIC DIGESTION; FERTILIZERS; WASTE PRODUCT UTILIZATION; SLURRIES; MANURES; SWINE; AMMONIA; EVAPORATION; 098000; WASTE MANAGEMENT
OSTI ID:
10105169
Research Organizations:
Statens Planteavlsforsoeg, Lyngby (Denmark)
Country of Origin:
Denmark
Language:
Danish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE95723837; TRN: DK9401742
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS
Submitting Site:
DK
Size:
27 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

Technical Report:

Citation Formats

Gjedde Sommer, S, and Petersen, J. Ammonia volatilization from pig slurry and concentrated anaerobic fermented slurry. Measured by a new micrometeorological mass-balance technique; Ammoniakfordampning fra svinegylle og opkoncentreret biogasgylle. Bestemt med en ny mikrometeorologisk massebalancemetode. Denmark: N. p., 1993. Web.
Gjedde Sommer, S, & Petersen, J. Ammonia volatilization from pig slurry and concentrated anaerobic fermented slurry. Measured by a new micrometeorological mass-balance technique; Ammoniakfordampning fra svinegylle og opkoncentreret biogasgylle. Bestemt med en ny mikrometeorologisk massebalancemetode. Denmark.
Gjedde Sommer, S, and Petersen, J. 1993. "Ammonia volatilization from pig slurry and concentrated anaerobic fermented slurry. Measured by a new micrometeorological mass-balance technique; Ammoniakfordampning fra svinegylle og opkoncentreret biogasgylle. Bestemt med en ny mikrometeorologisk massebalancemetode." Denmark.
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author = {Gjedde Sommer, S, and Petersen, J}
abstractNote = {Ammonia volatilization was determined from pig slurry and concentrated anaerobic fermented slurry applied in the field. The slurry was surface applied on the crop canopy, drag hose applied on the soil beneath the crop or directly injected into the soil. Losses were determined by an atmospheric mass balance technique with passive NH{sub 3}-flux samplers. The slurry was applied to six squared plots (15 x 15m) situated in a winter wheat field. The experiments were conducted during two eight day periods in April and May to a 5-10 cm and 30-35 cm high winter wheat, respectively. The mass-balance technique was found to be well suited for this type of experiments. To avoid transfer of ammonia beteen the plots, distances between plots should be more than 50 m. Preferentially the plots should be placed in rows perpendicular to the wind direction. (au) (23 refs.)}
place = {Denmark}
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