Liquid manure

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A liquid manure storage silo, located in the Netherlands.

Liquid manure is manure in a liquid form. Manure is changed into a liquid form by mixing the manure with water. Generally, liquid manure is used as a convenient alternative to manure, which cannot be spread as evenly as its liquid form. Manure in both states is used as a nutrient-enriched fertilizer for plants.[1]

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  1. ^ "Farmer's Handbook: Liquid Manure" (PDF). Permaculture News. Retrieved 2015-07-10.

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Media related to Liquid manure at Wikimedia Commons