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Proceedings of the Integrated Crop Management Conference
Land application of animal manures can supply N needed for com production. The amounts ofN supplied, however, vary greatly with source of manure, type of storage, method of application, time of application, rate of application, and weather after application. A major problem is that substantial losses of plant-available N by ammonia volatilization, leaching, denitrification, and/or immobilization frequently occur soon after the manure is applied. Another problem is that it is difficult todoi:10.31274/icm-180809-496 fatcat:gdnpxgmunrc2haejlkxyytcske