NutriPhi is designed for beef, dairy, and hog operations to help manage biosolids, reduce run-off, and diminish harmful odors in barns, houses, and lagoons. In row crops, NutriPhi is used to promote efficient breakdown of crop residue.

Key Benefits

  • Enhances nutrient value of manure
  • Digestion of sludge & crust
  • Improved air quality of confinement buildings
  • Reduces agitation time & cost
  • Accelerates digestion of plant residue in field
  • Improves in-field nutrient-cycling process

How NutriPhi Works

  • NutriPhi contains specialized carbon digesting bacteria designed to dissolve as well as suspend solid manure and spreads nutrient accumulations evenly throughout the pit or lagoon
  • Nitrogen fixing bacteria contained within NutriPhi have the ability to convert a portion of this nitrogen to a more stabilized form resulting in less off gassing and higher
    nitrogen levels in the manure
  • NutriPhi bacteria digest down the crust, resulting in a lack of surface area for flies to lay larvae



  • 2×2.5 gal
  • 275 gal tote

Swine Manure

  • 2.5 gallons per 2,400 head hog building monthly
  • Apply each month that you have missed since pump-out as a shock treatment
  • Apply product directly to sections of the hog barn that have the highest solids accumulation
  • Begin program with a minimum of 3 months remaining until pump-out

Beef & Dairy Manure

  • See chart for application rates
  • Apply concentrate product during months when the lagoon is not frozen
  • If the lagoon freezes and applications are missed during the winter months, apply the missed amount of product in spring as a shock treatment
  • Begin program with a minimum of 3 months remaining until pump-out.
  • Do not apply in dairy washout systems that contain concentrated amounts of antibacterial

Crop Residue

  • 1 – 2 quarts per acre applied directly to residue with a minimum of 15 gallons of water per acre for coverage
  • Apply as soon after harvest as possible.
  • Can also be applied during spring burn-down programs

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