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Crop Protection > Fertilizer
Cover crops might be a tool in the box for livestock producers when it comes to nitrogen management.

Jul 09, 2018

Source: University of Minnesota Extension

By Les Everett, Education coordinator; Randy Pepin, Extension educator; Jeffrey Coulter, Extension corn agronomist; and Melissa Wilson, Extension specialist - manure management and water quality

Producers who apply liquid manure in the fall might consider use of a cover crop as a nitrogen (N) management tool. Recent on-farm research in Minnesota compared manure management with and without a cover crop.

Liquid swine and dairy manure is frequently applied in the fall, prior to planting corn the following spring. However, corn does not begin taking up substantial amounts of N until mid-June or later. Most of the N in swine manure and about one-half in dairy manure is in the inorganic ammonium form, which can rapidly convert to nitrate by microbial nitrification when soil temperatures are above 50 degrees, in either fall or spring. The remainder of the manure N is in the organic form which is more slowly converted to the ammonium form and later to nitrate. Nitrate does not bind to soil particles and can move in soil water out of the root zone to drainage tile or groundwater. The challenge is how to conserve that nitrogen until the following corn crop can use it.

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Stephen Decatur One of the “Preble’s Boys,” Decatur was catapulted to national fame after he lead a raid that was so audacious during the First Barbary War, it was proclaimed by British Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson, “the most bold and daring act of the Age.” On February 16 th , 1804, Decatur sailed a small ship next to the captured ship USS Philadelphia. Philadelphia had run aground the previous October and Decatur had no intention of letting the Tripolitans turn the ship into a floating fortress. Decatur’s mission was to board, capture and burn the frigate.

Stephen Decatur

During the First Barbary War, Decatur led a raid so daring it was called, “the most bold and daring act of the age” by British Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson himself.

During the mission, his small force was spotted by pirates aboard Philadelphia but seized the initiative. The pirates were dispatched after a quick fight and Decatur’s crew set the ship on fire. Thus denying its use by the enemy. Following a narrow escape, the raid was deemed a complete success and the Americans suffered no casualties. For his leadership and bravery in the First Barbary War, Stephen Decatur, at the age of 25, became the youngest naval officer in history to be promoted to Captain and would go on to enjoy success in the War of 1812 and the Second Barbary War.

USS Decatur (DDG-73)

Matthew C. Perry Often called “The Father of the Steam Navy,” Perry is best known for leading a naval campaign that never fired a shot. On July 8, 1853, Perry displayed America’s modern fleet and advance firepower to the Japanese when he led four ships into the harbor at Tokyo Bay. More so, Perry emphasized his resolve to use them if needed. The Japanese relented and signed several treaties that provided protections for stranded or shipwrecked sailors and reestablished regular trade with the western world.

Matthew C. Perry

Considered “Father of the steam Navy,” Perry was also a big advocate of education and established curriculum for the Naval Academy and supported an apprentice system to train newly enlisted seamen.

But it was Perry’s actual ongoing ambitions that made his most famous mission possible; modernization. Years prior to that revolutionary appearance in Tokyo Bay, his advocacy for the steam engine and his foresight to promote naval education for officers and enlisted Sailors sealed his legacy. Perry helped establish the professional naval curriculum for the United States Naval Academy and supported an apprentice system to train newly enlisted seamen. Once promoted to captain, he oversaw construction of the Navy’s second steam frigate USS Fulton (1837), which he commanded after its completion. Commanding a new ship for a new era, he laid the foundation for his profound expedition.

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