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MANURE, Dung. When collected in a heap, it is considered as personal property, but, when spread, it becomes a part of the land and acquires the character of real estate. Alleyn, 31; 2 Ired. R. 326.

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The dairy manure combined with green manuring significantly increased biomass of maize at all DMA rates (p < 0.05), and maize biomass in the mudflat saline soil increased with increasing DMA rate.
Na, 2012.Changes in soil organic carbon pools after 10 years of continuous manuring combined with chemical fertilizer in a Mollisol in China.
Green manure crop is cultivated either in that place where green manuring is going to be done or can be brought from a distance.
Organic sources like farm yard manure (FYM), poultry manure (PM), green manuring and compost etc not supply the organic matters but also increase the fertility status of soil (Change et al., 1991; Brady, 1996; Chung et al., 2000; Keupper and Gegner, 2004).
Therefore, recent interest in manuring has reemerged because of high prices of inorganic fertilizers and the importance of green, farmyard and other types of organic manures that provide long term soil productivity besides meeting nutrient requirements becomes obvious.
Hati K, Swarup A, Dwivedi A, Misra A, Bandyopadhyay K (2007) Changes in soil physical properties and organic carbon status at the topsoil horizon of a vertisol of central India after 28 years of continuous cropping, fertilization and manuring. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 119, 127 134.
Evaluation of manuring practices on root rot disease and agronomic characters of Arachis hypogeae L.
The effect of green manuring and fertilizer N application on enhancing crop productivity in mustard-rice rotation in semi-arid subtropical regions.
On average, manuring treatments did not have any significant effects on the plant vigour at 12 weeks after planting (Table 1).