- Ammonia emission reduction rates over 50% in surface pivot center systems and over 90% in subsurface drip systems combining four low-emission manure spreading measures: rapid incorporation techniques, solid/liquid separation, dilution in irrigation systems and a timing management system.
- Particulate matter reduction rates over 34% due to the ammonia emission reductions achieved with the fertigation techniques.
- N efficiency increase up to 85% using timing management systems adapted to crop requirements and minimising losses.
- Management of 11,661 m3 of pig slurry in Spain and 4.043 m3 of digestate in Italy during the project.
- Replacement of 27,636 kg of nitrogen from synthetic fertilizers, which has an estimated production impact in climate change of 169 t CO2/year. The benefits are intensified by the fact that fertigation techniques enable to carry out topdressing with slurry liquid fractions and split dressings according to the timing of crop needs.
- Transference of the techniques demonstrated to 87 ha during the project in regions with similar characteristics in the surrounding areas.
- Increase awareness among stakeholders towards the benefits of applying low ammonia emission techniques and support in the technical transference of this techniques.
All the results and knowledge acquired through the project will be gathered in three end-products: