As we continue looking for ways to reduce greenhouses gases and recover excess nutrients from manure and put them to use where they are beneficial, one frequently faces the conundrum of how to do it and do it right.
There are lots of technologies that make great promises to do all sorts of things but many can’t do them reliably. And, of course there are good technologies that are reliable but, finding what works and distinguishing them from the bad is a challenge. If only someone would invest the time and energy to catalog what is out there and provide some sort of evaluation or at least basic information that could guide farmers in their sustainable quests. Farmers have been asking for something like that for years.