Over the next two years, researchers at Washington State University will build and operate a mobile system to fully develop a phosphorous-rich fertilizer.
Since 2004, Washington State researchers have been refining technology to capture excess phosphorous from liquid dairy cow manure in the form of struvite.
The "Mobile System for Nutrient (Phosphorus) Recovery & Cost Efficient Nutrient Transport" project will build and operate a mobile struvite system -- applying fluidi
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