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Experiences Spreading Organic Solid Wastes on Forest LandAuthor(s): J.H. Wilhoit; L.J. Samuelson
Source: An ASAE Meeting Presentation Paper No. 987031
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis paper reviews experiences spreading organic solid wastes on forest land over the past six years. Presented are some of the first-ever reported results on tree growth responses from fertilizing pine trees with poultry litter, spreader distribution pattern results for spreading in a pine plantation stand, and a discussion of equipment-related experiences spreading poultry litter, fly ash, and wood ash. A list of conclusions/recommendations relating to forest fertilization with poultry litter, site selection and conditions, and equipment is also presented.
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CitationWilhoit, J.H.; Samuelson, L.J. 1998. Experiences Spreading Organic Solid Wastes on Forest Land. An ASAE Meeting Presentation Paper No. 987031
KeywordsPoultry litter, organic solid wastes, land application, forestry, forest operations
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