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Agricultural Drainage Management Coalition and Farm Services Agency Research Demonstrates Effectiveness of Saturated Buffers

Agricultural Drainage Management Coalition and Farm Services Agency Research Demonstrates Effectiveness of Saturated Buffers

posted 02.05.2019

The Farm Services Agency (FSA) and the Agricultural Drainage Management Coalition (ADMC) collaborated to quantify the effectiveness of saturated buffers to reduce nutrient loading from tile drainage waters. This demonstration program builds upon this same group of collaborator's findings from the 2012-2015 and 2016-2017 projects.

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10 things to keep in mind when starting a farm

10 things to keep in mind when starting a farm

posted 01.30.2019

Starting a farm — and running one — is not easy, to say the least. There are so many things to keep up with aside from the ever-changing weather battle, and it is so important that you run your farm as efficiently as possible so you'll always be one step ahead.

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Agricultural drainage water conservation practice could reduce nitrogen pollution

Agricultural drainage water conservation practice could reduce nitrogen pollution

posted 01.17.2019

States bordering the Mississippi River are putting strategies in place to limit nitrogen from wastewater treatment plants, surface runoff, and agricultural fields.

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