The Effect of Storage Container Types on Odor Emission and Quality of Piggery Liquid Slurry Fertilizer in the farms

농가의 돈분액비 저장형태가 악취발생과 액비품질에 미치는 영향

  • Park, Moo-Eon (Northern Part Agricultural Experiment Station, Gangwon Agricultural Research & Extension Services) ;
  • Kang, An-Seok (Northern Part Agricultural Experiment Station, Gangwon Agricultural Research & Extension Services) ;
  • Kim, Si-Chang (Northern Part Agricultural Experiment Station, Gangwon Agricultural Research & Extension Services)
  • 박무언 (강원도농업기술원 북부시험장) ;
  • 강안석 (강원도농업기술원 북부시험장) ;
  • 김시창 (강원도농업기술원 북부시험장)
  • Received : 2006.04.11
  • Accepted : 2006.05.15
  • Published : 2006.06.30

Abstract

The study was carried out to evaluate odor emission during storage time and quality of liquid slurry fertilizer along with three storage container types installed at farmer's fields in Cheorwon. Liquid slurry manure stored in the liquid-circulated or the air-injected tank was very homogeneous in concentration of nutritional elements because of well mixing operation, while nutritional concentration of the manure stored in the non-treated tank was significantly different from top to bottom in the tank, which may bring about partially irregular growth of plant after its application. The potential capacity of offensive odor emitted from liquid slurry manure stored in the liquid-circulated or the air-injected tank was much lower than that emitted from manure stored in the non-treated tank. Low potential capacity may less emit offensive odor after application of piggery liquid slurry on the field. The efficiency in oder to reduce odor emission from liquid manure was slightly higher in the liquid-circulated tank than the air-injected tank

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