penergetic g


Penergetic Solution (U.S.A.)
Justin Henson


Bow Area
Skagit County/Washington

Visibly reduced crust in lagoon of 300 cow free stall dairy in Washington

The application of penergetic g resulted in a significant reduction of the surface crust in the lagoon in Washington within days. The lagoon of the dairy farm with 300 cows has a capacity of about 400,000 gallons (1,514,165 liters)

slurry lagoon 16 days after treatment with penergetic g

Lagoon treatment with penergetic g in Bow Area, Skagit County, WA

Application protocol used:

  • 72 lbs. (33kg) of penergetic g added to lagoon as shock treatment
  • 6.5 lbs (3kg) of penergetic g per week for 12 weeks
  • Then 3.25 lbs. (1.5kg) of penergetic g per week = regular/maintenance application rate

 Heavy crust on lagoon surface prior to the treatment with penergetic gg

Prior to the first application of penergetic g

Initial situation: Heavy crust on lagoon surface

On december 23rd, prior to treatment, there was a heavy crust on the lagoon surface.

Degradation of the floating layer in liquid manure without mechanical agitation

11 days after shock treatment with penergetic g

Shock treatment of liquid manure with penergetic g

Already 11 days after the treatment of the lagoon with penergetic g changes became visible:

  • The lagoon’s liquid manure was bubbling
  • the previous crust submerged and dissolved already partially

There was no mechanical agitation involved.

with penergetic g treated liquid manure in lagoon

16 days after the first treatment, the quality of the lagoon is visibly better.

Visibly improved quality of the slurry

16 days after treatment with penergetic g, the quality of the lagoon has visibly improved. the floating layer has almost completely dissolved.