Generic Materials Search: manure raw uncomposted

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Anaerobic Digestate - plant and animal materials
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
Products of anaerobic digestion produced with manure or other animal material feedstocks are subject to the same restrictions as raw, uncomposted manure. They may only be (i) applied to land used for a crop not intended for human consumption; (ii) incorporated into the soil not less than 120 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion has direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles; or (iii) incorporated into the soil not less than 90 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion does not have direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles. See also MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED.
Compost Tea
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments, Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Nonsynthetic
Compost tea used as a fertilizer or soil amendment is subject to the same restrictions as raw, uncomposted manure. It may only be (i) applied to land used for a crop not intended for human consumption; (ii) incorporated into the soil not less than 120 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion has direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles; or (iii) incorporated into the soil not less than 90 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion does not have direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles. See also MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED; COMPOST – IN-VESSEL OR STATIC AERATED PILE (PLANT AND ANIMAL MATERIALS); COMPOST TEA; and MANURE TEA. Compost tea made on the farm may be used to suppress the spread of disease organisms. Compost tea sold for disease suppression must comply with all pesticide regulations. See Glossary for definition of "compost tea."
205.203(c) & 205.206(d)(2)
Compost Tea
Prohibited
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
Compost tea or extract that uses sewage sludge, prohibited synthetic nutrient sources, or other prohibited materials is prohibited. See COMPOST – IN-VESSEL OR STATIC AERATED PILE (PLANT AND ANIMAL MATERIALS); COMPOST TEA – RESTRICTED; MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED and MANURE TEA. See Glossary for definition of "compost tea."
205.105(g) & 205.203(c)(e)
Fertilizers, Blended
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Synthetic/Nonsynthetic
Fertilizers are restricted if the liquid or solid product contains one or more restricted plant or animal materials as an ingredient. Must not contain prohibited materials including pathogenic organisms, heavy metals, or residues of prohibited substances. Blending and manufacture cannot result in a chemical reaction that is considered synthetic, unless specifically provided for on the National List. See listings for each ingredient. For products containing manure, see MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED and COMPOST listings.
205.203(d)
Guano – bat or bird
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
Must be decomposed and dried deposits from wild bats or birds. Domesticated fowl excrement is considered manure, not guano. Must meet requirements for MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED. See the COMPOST listings for the definition of compost.
205.203(c)(1)
Manure Tea
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
May only be (i) applied to land used for a crop not intended for human consumption; (ii) incorporated into the soil not less than 120 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion has direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles; or (iii) incorporated into the soil not less than 90 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion does not have direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles. See also MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED.
205.203(c)(1)
Manure – processed
Allowed
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
Manure products treated so that all portions of the product, without causing combustion, reach a minimum temperature of either 150° F (66° C) for at least one hour or 165° F (74° C), and are dried to a maximum moisture level of 12%; or an equivalent heating and drying process could be used. Processed manure may be used as a supplement to a soil building program without a specific interval between application and harvest. Processed manure products must not contain more than 1x10³ (1,000) MPN fecal coliform per gram of processed manure sampled and must not contain more than 3 MPN Salmonella per 4 grams of processed manure sample. See also MANURE ASH; MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED. See Glossary for definition of "manure."
Manure – raw, uncomposted
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
Raw animal manure must be composted unless it is: (i) applied to land used for a crop not intended for human consumption; (ii) incorporated into the soil not less than 120 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion has direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles; or (iii) incorporated into the soil not less than 90 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion does not have direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles. Human waste products and sewage sludge are prohibited. See also HUMAN EXCREMENT and SEWAGE SLUDGE. Uncomposted manure can contain high levels of plant and human pathogens, weed seeds, volatile and soluble nitrogen, and pesticide residues. Composting stabilizes nitrogen, kills pathogens and weed seeds, and degrades some chemical contaminants. See Glossary for definition of "manure."
205.203(c)(1)
Microbial Products
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments, Crop Management Tools and Production Aids
Nonsynthetic
Products which contain more than 1,000 MPN fecal coliform per gram of sample tested and/or more than 3 MPN Salmonella per 4 grams of sample may only be (i) applied to land used for a crop not intended for human consumption; (ii) incorporated into the soil not less than 120 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion has direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles; or (iii) incorporated into the soil not less than 90 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion does not have direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles. See also MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED.
205.105 & 205.203(c)
Mushroom Media Waste
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
Waste from mushroom production that contains animal manure that has not been fully composted is subject to uncomposted manure restrictions: may be (i) applied to land used for a crop not intended for human consumption,(ii) incorporated into the soil not less than 120 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion has direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles, or (iii) incorporated into the soil not less than 90 days prior to the harvest of a product whose edible portion does not have direct contact with the soil surface or soil particles. See also MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED and MUSHROOM COMPOST.
205.203(c)(1)
Slurry
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
See also MANURE, RAW – UNCOMPOSTED.
205.203(c)(1) Raw animal manure.
Worm Castings
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Fertilizers and Soil Amendments
Nonsynthetic
Worm castings made from permitted feedstocks but contain more than 1x10³ (1,000) MPN fecal coliform per gram sampled and/or more than 3 MPN Salmonella per 4 grams sampled are subject to the same restrictions as raw manure. Worm castings made from raw manure feedstocks that do not adequately maintain aerobic conditions or 70-90% moisture level during production are also subjected to the same restrictions as raw manure. See also MANURE – RAW, UNCOMPOSTED; and other WORM CASTINGS listing.
205.203(c)