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- Miller, J.J.; Beasley, B.W.; Bremer, E.; Drury, C.F.; Larney, F.J.; Hao, X.; Chanasyk, D.S.
- Canadian journal of soil science 2019 v.99 no.1 pp. 100-115
- Hordeum vulgare; animal manures; barley; clay loam soils; composted manure; grain yield; irrigation; land application; manure amendments; mineral fertilizers; nitrate nitrogen; silage; soil nutrients; straw; Alberta
- ... Limited research exists on short-term legacy effects of land application of different feedlot manures on barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) yield and soil macronutrient (NO₃-N, PO₄-P, K, and SO₄-S) supply. In a study conducted in southern Alberta, feedlot manures with straw (ST) or wood-chip (WD) bedding were either stockpiled or composted and applied annually to a clay loam soil at 13, 39, and 77 Mg ha⁻ ...