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Theme: Encouraging best use of manures

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NT1406: Nitrogen losses from drained clay soils receiving organic manures (Previously NT0311)
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 1995 To 1999, Cost £82,020
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   ADAS UK Ltd.
Field of Study:   Fertilisers and Nitrate Pollution
 
 
NT1415: Improved precision of manure and slurry application
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 1995 To 1999, Cost £182,695
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   ADAS UK Ltd.
Field of Study:   Fertilisers and Nitrate Pollution
 
 
NT1421: Economic evaluation of improved manure application technique (for AU NT20)
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2000, Cost £53,115
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   ADAS UK Ltd.
Field of Study:   Fertilisers and Nitrate Pollution
 
 
NT1423: Good MANNERs (MANure Nitrogen Evaluation Routines); development of an improved manure N decision support system
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 1999, Cost £31,254
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   ADAS UK Ltd.
Field of Study:   Fertilisers and Nitrate Pollution
 
 
NT2002: Effect of manure spreading imprecision on crop yield
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 1999, Cost £30,002
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   ADAS UK Ltd.
Field of Study:   Fertilisers and Nitrate Pollution
 
 
NT2003: N and P excretion by dairy cattle
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 1999, Cost £38,337
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Institute of Grassland and Environment Research (IGER)
Field of Study:   Fertilisers and Nitrate Pollution
 
 
NT2005: Environmental fate of nitrogen and phosphorus surpluses on the nutrient demonstration farms
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2000, Cost £10,590
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   ADAS UK Ltd.
Field of Study:   Fertilisers and Nitrate Pollution
 
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