Further investigation into the value of gillie as a fertilizer for grassland indicates that weather affects responses. Dry weather permits good recovery of gillie N. On the other hand, on dry soil, losses of gillie N by volatilization may be increased if the quantity of sludge applied is insufficient to penetrate the soil. Cow‐and‐pig gillie may be more efficient than the pure‐cow type as a fertilizer, the former being well balanced in N and K, whereas cow gillie requires N supplementation.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Grass and Forage Science|
|Publication status||Print publication - Mar 1966|