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DUNG. Manure. Sometimes it is real estate, and at other times personal property. When collected in a heap, it is personal estate; when spread out on the land, it becomes incorporated in it, and it is then real estate. Vide Manure.

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Dung beetles perform many crucial roles in the ecosystem, from soil enrichment and nutrient cycling to seed dispersal and fly control.
Contrary to expectation, slurry does not retain the smell of dung nor does it attract flies like other waste.
On the occasion of Diwali, infants and children aged 14 or 15 are made to lie in cow dung in the hope that it would bring them good health and protection from diseases.
If we make manure out of dung, such as dung- coated urea, this will provide the farmer with his own fertilizer without him paying for it.
Now if we could only do the same, in the spirit of fair play, for the dung beetle.
Ascospores of coprophilous fungi isolated from different dung samples are furthermore helpful to determine the occurrence of ancient herbivores (Ambroise et al.
This study shows the effect of blending ratio over emission of gaseous pollutant through co-firing of coal and cow dung manure.
Animals unload an estimated 100 billion tons of dung on Earth every day.
Cow Urine, Cow Dung (fresh), Cow curd, Cow ghee and Cow milk in addition of Dung + Urine (1:1), Dung + Urine (2:1), were screened againstR.
A DUNG BEETLE IN MEXICO CITY: THE CASE OF CERATOTRUPES FRONTICORNIS (ERICHSON) (COLEOPTERA: GEOTRUPIDAE)
Anaerobic co-digestion of crop residues along with animal dung is one of the appropriate method to convert wasted crop residues into the renewable energy.