Avoidance of ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions in the ecological agriculture by common fermentation of clover and economic fertilizers

In a cooperating aminal husbandry and market fruit enterprise of the ecological agriculture fermentation gas is won by the application of a plant for the common fermentation of solid muck, liquid manure and clover. The nitrogen bound in the clover is utilized and circulated. With the planned biological gas facility the emissions are reduced by one ton ammonia and 20 t methane per year.

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Source: Environmental library of the Federal Environment Agency (UBA)