Currently in Italy, poultry manure (PM) is spread to agricultural soils and incorporated pre-sowing according to nitrate directive CEE/91/676 and manure Agronomic Use Plan (D.Lgs. 152/99). The nitrogen (essential element for the development and growth of plants) contained in ureic form comes to mineralization in a few weeks: it is readily available but not usable by plants, unless they are not characterized by a short life cycle. For caged laying hen manure (LHM), carbon and nutrient content are function of diet and manure management system; furthermore carbon and nitrogen are affected also by maturation processes, which often reduce them via CO2 and ammonia volatilization respectively, particularly in the case of wet manure. The project is part of a general project for LHM sanitation through the application of new biological technologies (bio-treatment) (Dall’Ara et al., 2010). The goal of the work is to check the effect on optimize nutrient and organic content by means of a biotreatment which overcomes the management of manure (livestock outputs) as waste by means of sanitation process to obtain quality marketable fertilizer, that improves the soil structure, enhances its fertility and prevents desertification. From a nutrient point of view, the purpose was to minimize nitrogen and carbon losses.

ON-FARM FERTILIZER PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION / Billi L.; Bonoli A.; Dall’Ara A.; Massi P.; Poglayen G.. - ELETTRONICO. - 14:(2010), pp. 1-5. (Intervento presentato al convegno Ramiran 2010, 14th International Conference of the FAO ESCORENA Network on Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture, tenutosi a Lisbona (Portogallo) nel 13-15 settembre 2010).

ON-FARM FERTILIZER PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION

BONOLI, ALESSANDRA;POGLAYEN, GIOVANNI
2010

Abstract

Currently in Italy, poultry manure (PM) is spread to agricultural soils and incorporated pre-sowing according to nitrate directive CEE/91/676 and manure Agronomic Use Plan (D.Lgs. 152/99). The nitrogen (essential element for the development and growth of plants) contained in ureic form comes to mineralization in a few weeks: it is readily available but not usable by plants, unless they are not characterized by a short life cycle. For caged laying hen manure (LHM), carbon and nutrient content are function of diet and manure management system; furthermore carbon and nitrogen are affected also by maturation processes, which often reduce them via CO2 and ammonia volatilization respectively, particularly in the case of wet manure. The project is part of a general project for LHM sanitation through the application of new biological technologies (bio-treatment) (Dall’Ara et al., 2010). The goal of the work is to check the effect on optimize nutrient and organic content by means of a biotreatment which overcomes the management of manure (livestock outputs) as waste by means of sanitation process to obtain quality marketable fertilizer, that improves the soil structure, enhances its fertility and prevents desertification. From a nutrient point of view, the purpose was to minimize nitrogen and carbon losses.
2010
Ramiran 2010, 14th International Conference of the FAO ESCORENA Network on Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture,
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ON-FARM FERTILIZER PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION / Billi L.; Bonoli A.; Dall’Ara A.; Massi P.; Poglayen G.. - ELETTRONICO. - 14:(2010), pp. 1-5. (Intervento presentato al convegno Ramiran 2010, 14th International Conference of the FAO ESCORENA Network on Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture, tenutosi a Lisbona (Portogallo) nel 13-15 settembre 2010).
Billi L.; Bonoli A.; Dall’Ara A.; Massi P.; Poglayen G.
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