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Livestock wintering site management: A59-44/2017E-PDF
using a portable low application rate irrigation system to manage catch basin wastewater /
“Catch basins, or containment ponds, are earthen storage basins that are designed to capture runoff from seasonal feeding sites to prevent the wastewater from contaminating water resources. Catch basins must be emptied and the wastewater applied to land in a way that will not impact surface water or groundwater resources. This can be difficult or costly if there is insufficient land available nearby and the wastewater must be pumped and transported elsewhere. A portable pod-based low application rate irrigation system can provide a relatively low-cost solution when other options are not available"--Introd., p. .
|Department/Agency||Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.|
|Title||Livestock wintering site management|
|Subtitle||using a portable low application rate irrigation system to manage catch basin wastewater /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Gestion des sites d'hivernage du bétail : utilisation d'un système d'irrigation mobile à faible taux d'application pour la gestion des eaux usées des bassins collecteurs. Caption title. "Authored by: Sharon Reedyk and Eric Haaland"--p. .|
|Number of Pages|| p. :|
|Departmental Catalogue Number||12615E|
|Subject Terms||Animal husbandry, Livestock, Water management|
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