DLG-Special: “Slurry & Fermentation Residues”

In view of more stringent framework conditions, the management of organic fertilisers is constantly in need of improvement. The spreading times in the autumn have been shortened, the allowability expanded and upper quantity limits present arable farmers with great challenges.

At present the practitioners are having to deal with many questions relating to the treatment of slurry and fermentation residues in order to increase their excellence in arable farming. The transport to the users/the field and precise detection of the fertiliser quality are ways of improving the marketing of the organic nutrient source. The spreading and introduction of the slurry or the fermentation residue should be carried out in such a way that stocks are not damaged, the nutrients are placed as close as possible to the roots and soil pollution is minimised. All this coupled with cost-efficiency via nutrient efficiency and area output.

Manufacturers of machinery and providers of services have developed their systems further in recent years and adapted them to the higher demands made. Visitors to the DLG-Feldtage expect practicable approaches to solving the problems as well as concepts they can integrate into their farms. The DLG-Special “Efficient use of slurry and fermentation residues” forms the platform for this.

Participation

Are you a company or an organisation working in the field of treatment, storage, spreading of slurry and fermentation residues? Would you like to use the Slurry and Fermentation Residues Special at the DLG-Feldtage 2021 in order to pass your know-how on to farmers, consultants and decision-makers? We offer you the opportunity to participate in the Slurry and Fermentation Residues Special as a co-exhibitor. Make use of this unique platform to present your organisation and your skills. Under the following link you will find the application form for participation in the Leguminous Crops Special at the DLG-Feldtage 2020.

Deadline for registration 10 March 2021

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