Agro Business Park opened a new exhibition: "Win-win technologies for nutrient management". The exhibition focuses on:
- extrusion of grass from natural areas as a new and promising pretreatment technology for biogas production;
- mobile separation of slurry with a new technology which ensures that fresh slurry can be separated directly from the slurry channels in the barn;
- controlled drainage, one of several SCIEN drainage technologies, which enables farmers to control the water level in the field to benefit both the environment and the yield; and
- phosphorus index, a risk indicator for phosphorus loss from the fields, calculated as part of fertiliser planning, which may give farmers more freedom because environmental requirements can be targeted at fields with real risk.
The exhibition also show other technologies for good nutrient management, e.g. for measuring water quality, for precision fertilisation, for acidification of slurry, and for energy efficient stirring of digester tanks.
The exhibition is partly virtual and video clips and PowerPoints etc. can be seen on your own smartphone, tablet or computer from http://goo.gl/WpBtP. You can also see the exhibition at the upcoming Greener Agriculture for a Bluer Baltic Sea conference in Copenhagen.