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Photo 1: Manure injection in early May in western Chester County, PA. Twenty-foot wide toolbar supports injectors that are spaced 24 inches apart. Photo credit: Leon Ressler, Penn State
Manure Injection in PA Gets a Boost with National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Grant - News News
Newly awarded grant will be used to cover the cost difference between injecting and surface applying manure. More
2018 Corn Grain and Silage Variety Trials
2018 Corn Grain and Silage Variety Trials - News News
Corn grain and silage tests are conducted annually to provide information regarding the performance of corn grown in Pennsylvania. More
A crowd gathers at a farm in Clinton County to discuss opportunities for managing soil health and planting green.
Planting Green and Soil Health the Focus of June Field Day - News News
Planting green is a practice where cover crop termination is delayed until cash crop planting in order to extend soil health benefits longer into the season. More
Injecting manure has been shown to increase N available for a following crop (reduce ammonia loss), improve neighbor relations with reduction in odor, and reduce likelihood of manure runoff during intense rainfall and rapid snow melt.
Increasing Interest in Manure Injection in Pennsylvania? - News News
Manure injection is usually more expensive than broadcasting. However, many of the benefits of placing manure below the surface may offset much of this expense. More