Back to the Game Board 3 Components of a Nutrient

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Back to the Game Board 3 Components of a Nutrient
WELCOME TO
MANURE MANAGEMENT
JEOPARDY!
Section 1 Nutrient Management
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS IN
ANIMAL AGRICULTURE
Building Environmental Leaders in Animal Agriculture (BELAA) was funded by the USDA National Institute for
Food and Agriculture (NIFA) under award #2009-49400-05871
Components
of a Nutrient
Management
Plan
Nutrient
Crediting
Conservation
Plan
Spreading
and Crop
Plan
Maps
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Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 100
Needed every four years.
Answer
Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 100
What is a soil test?
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Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 200
Process of using on-farm
nutrient sources.
Answer
Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 200
What is nutrient credits
(crediting)?
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Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 300
Plan where the nutrient
management plan gets
implemented.
Answer
Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 300
What is a crop plan?
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Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 400
Three plans needed for a
nutrient management plan.
Answer
Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 400
What are crop, manure
spreading, and conservation?
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Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 500
USDA minimum standards for
a nutrient management plan.
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Components of a Nutrient
Management Plan for 500
What is 590 standard?
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Nutrient Crediting for 100
Manure, legumes, and
organic wastes.
Answer
Nutrient Crediting for 100
What are on-farm
nutrient sources?
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Nutrient Crediting for 200
Alfalfa, clover, and soybean.
Answer
Nutrient Crediting for 200
What are legumes?
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Nutrient Crediting for 300
Adjusting commercial
fertilizer applications to reflect
on-farm nutrient sources.
Answer
Nutrient Crediting for 300
What is nutrient crediting?
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Nutrient Crediting for 400
These must be known to
properly credit nutrients from
manure.
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Nutrient Crediting for 400
What are the manure
application rate and nutrient
content of the manure?
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Nutrient Crediting for 500
These three primary nutrients
are supplied by manure.
Answer
Nutrient Crediting for 500
What are nitrogen,
phosphorous, and
potassium?
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Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 100
If you want to participate in
these, you will need to have a
conservation plan.
Answer
Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 100
What are federal (USDA) farm
programs?
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Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 200
“T”
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Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 200
Tolerable soil loss rates
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Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 300
This happens if your losing
more than a tolerable (T)
amount of soil.
Answer
Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 300
What is a new conservation
plan is developed?
Or
What is not being eligible for
USDA Farm Programs?
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Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 400
Estimating the amount of
manure generated on the
farm.
Answer
Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 400
What is a manure inventory?
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Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 500
Process of knowing how much
manure is being applied by
application equipment.
Answer
Conservation Plan and
Inventory for 500
What is calibration?
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Spreading and Crop Plan for
100
Planned manure applications
should not exceed the crop
nutrient needs identified in
this
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Spreading and Crop Plan for
100
What is the soil test report?
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Spreading and Crop Plan for
200
The manure spreading plan
identifies how much manure
can be applied to a field while
protecting this
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Spreading and Crop Plan for
200
What is the envrionment?
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Spreading and Crop Plan for
300
Annual plan which dictates
what crop will be planted in
specific fields in order to
make best use of available
nutrients and meet
environmental goals
Answer
Spreading and Crop Plan for
300
What is the crop plan?
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Spreading and Crop Plan for
400
The crop plan consists of
several pieces of
information for each field
Name 3 of them
Answer
Spreading and Crop Plan for
400
What are:
Crop to be grown
Commercial fertilizer applied
Nutrients required for that crop
Yield goals
Type and rate of manure to be applied
Current soil test levels
Previous year’s crop
Nutrient credits from previous crop (if any)
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Spreading and Crop Plan for
500
Crop plans can be
developed using these two
methods
Answer
Spreading and Crop Plan for
500
What are hand-written and
computer based plans?
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Maps for 100
This map identifies
where manure can and
can not be applied
Answer
Maps for 100
What is a restriction
map?
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Maps for 200
Name three prohibited areas
where manure can never be
applied
Answer
Maps for 200
What are:
Grassed waterways?
Wells?
Sinkholes?
Surface waters?
Buffer strips?
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Maps for 300
This distance in feet is
generally how far manure
should be applied from
surface waters in the winter
Answer
Maps for 300
What is 1000?
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Maps for 400
These two pieces of
information are necessary on
an application map
Answer
Maps for 400
What is application rate and
field location?
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Maps for 500
This agency can be contacted for
examples of restriction maps.
Answer
Maps for 500
What is the Natural Resources
Conservation Service?
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