Slurry information

Slurry type

Ammonium:
Ammonium in the slurry must be above 0
 lb/1000 US gal

Phosphours:
 lb/1000 US gal

Potassium:
 lb/1000 US gal

Sulfate:
 lb/1000 US gal

The guiding values for nutrition contents are Danish standards made by Aarhus University 2013

Ammonium:
 lb/1000 US gal

Phosphours:
 lb/1000 US gal

Potassium:
 lb/1000 US gal

Sulfate:
 lb/1000 US gal

Field infromation

Crop type

Enter a number between 0 and 625
lb/ac
Enter a number between 0 and 625
lb/ac
Enter a number between 0 and 625
lb/ac
Enter a number between 0 and 625
lb/ac

Danish normfigures per hectare for an entire season, the normvalues to be considered approximate

Ammonium:
 lb/ac

Phosphours:
 lb/ac

Potassium:
 lb/ac

Sulphur (cut 1):
 lb/ac

Sulphur (cut 2-5):
 lb/ac

Soil type

Normal harvest yield for entire season:

Type a number between 1 and 11000
lb/ac

Acres:

Type a number between 1 and 24700
ac

Number of passes/cuts:

Contractor cost:
 $/US gal
 $/ac

Add additive
Yes No
 $/US gal

 gal/1000 gal US

 ac

Add nitrogen inhibitor
Yes No
 $/US gal

 US gal/ac

 ac

Crop price:
 $/Brussels $/FU

Sulphur (commercial fertilizer):
 $/lb

Nitrogen (Commercial fertilizer):
 $/lb

Acid price:
 $/US gal
 $/lb S

Ammonia price:
 $/lb N

Cut /
pas
number
Application
Technique
Soil
moisture
Air
temperature
Wind
speed
Drymatter
content
Start pH  /
Injector
width
Wanted pH  /
Drag
hose
width
Acid
consumption
Total emission Teoretic reduction of N emission Expected yield increase
0  (0) lb N/ac 0 %  ±  0  ≈  0 lb N/ac
 Brussels/ac  lb/ac
 %

Add ammonia: Set the quantity of slurry after: Acidification stategy:
Manually
Cut /
pas
number
Slurry
amount
US gal/ac
Ammonia
addition
lb N/US gal
Total
ammonium
lb N/ac
Total
Phosphorus
lb P/ac
Total
potassium
lb K/ac
Total
sulphur
lb S/ac
Acid
US gl/US gal
Overall earnings in comparison with ordinary drag hose application:  $
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Slurry information:

Ammonium:
0 lb/1000 US gal
Phosphours:
0 lb/1000 US gal
Potassium:
0 lb/1000 US gal
Sulphur:
0 lb/1000 US gal
Total slurry amount:
0 US gal

Field infromation

Crop:
Soil:
Acres:
 ac
Expected yield increase:
 Brussels/ac lb/ac
Increased N untilization:
 lb N/ac

Total for all cuts

Ammonia:
0 lb N/ac
Ammonium:
0 lb N/ac
Phosphours:
0 lb P/ac
Potassium:
0 lb K/ac
Sulphur:
0 lb S/ac

Cut / pas number Slurry amount US gal/ac Acid amount US gl/US gal pH reduction
Expense Value
Ammonia
 $
Sulphuric acid
 $
SyreN
 $
Additive
 $
Yield loss
 $
Total costs:
 $
Savings Value
Nitrogen fertilizing
 $
Sulphur fertilizing
 $
Earnings on yield increase
 $
   
   
Total savings/expense:
 $
Overall earnings in comparison with ordinary drag hose application:  $

SyreN Estimater is a free service from BioCover A/S

The results from this model should be considered as an estimate, based on the best available knowledge. Due to the great complexity of both the model and reality, the results obtained in the field may vary from the estimate.

Biocover A/S takes no responsibility for the use of the estimater model as a counseling services or other commercial purposes.

Estimater cannot be used for fertilizer accounting. The use of acidification should always be corrected with the fertilization plan.

Correction of acid temprature

Acid temperature:
 °F
 lb S /US gl Sulphuric acid

Conversion factor for ammonia

 US gl H2SO4 / lb NH3
 lb S / lb N

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SyreN Estimater is a free service from BioCover A/S

The results from this model should be considered as an estimate, based on the best available knowledge. Due to the great complexity of both the model and reality, the results obtained in the field may vary from the estimate.

Biocover A/S takes no responsibility for the use of the estimater model as a counseling services or other commercial purposes.

Estimater cannot be used for fertilizer accounting. The use of acidification should always be corrected with the fertilization plan.

By using low working width on grass lands bruises happens as a function of the driving frequency in the field with heavy machinery.

Cut / Pas:

Injector width:
Drag hose width:
Weight of filled slurrywagon Number of axles on trailer Tire pressure
 lb
 lb

Yield loss

Cut / pas number lb lb/ac $
Difference between low and wide working width:  $