Ohio: No-Till – The Importance of Phosphorus Management Mar 11, 2020

🕔Mar 11, 2020
Left untilled, fields gain organic matter and maintain high yields, but there’s a tradeoff to consider when deciding not to till. Fields that aren’t tilled are less likely to erode, […]

Minnesota: Extension Begins Drainage Trial Jan 22, 2020

🕔Jan 22, 2020
This past fall, I made the decision to invest in a new subsurface drainage system at the Northwest Research & Outreach Center (NWROC) in Crookston. Over the next several years, […]

Illinois: Nutrient Movement Off Frozen, Snow-Covered Soil Dec 17, 2019

🕔Dec 17, 2019
Snow has now fallen throughout much of Illinois, and temperatures have dropped going into the last weeks in 2019. With the recent Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy biennial report highlighting […]

Ohio Governor Announces Plan to Tackle Phosphorus Runoff – DTN Nov 19, 2019

🕔Nov 19, 2019
Five years after a toxic algae bloom in Lake Erie contaminated drinking water in Toledo, Ohio, the state’s governor this week announced a plan to expand conservation efforts. In August […]

Nutrient Runoff: How Far, Fast Does It Move? – Podcast Oct 8, 2019

🕔Oct 8, 2019
In this special episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, Extension Educator Greg Klinger continues a discussion about the Root River Field to Stream Partnership in southeast Minnesota. He’s joined by […]

Nitrogen Reduction Practices May Be Affected by Climate Changes Sep 13, 2019

🕔Sep 13, 2019
Nitrogen from agricultural production is a major cause of pollution in the Mississippi River Basin and contributes to large dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico. Illinois and other Midwestern […]

Minnesota: What Can You Learn from Collecting Runoff Water? – Podcast Jul 19, 2019

🕔Jul 19, 2019
Part Two of this special episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast examines what you can learn when you install equipment that collects all the runoff water from a field. What […]

LSU AgCenter Receives $1.4Mln for Nutrient Runoff Research Jun 13, 2019

🕔Jun 13, 2019
The Patrick F. Taylor Foundation has awarded a $1.4 million grant to the LSU AgCenter to fund a four-year research project on reducing nutrient runoff from crop fields. The award […]

Webinar: Approaches to Ag Impacts on Water Quality, May 8 May 6, 2019

🕔May 6, 2019
Nutrients from agricultural crop production have had a detrimental impact on water quality in the United States, but many states are working to address the issue. A webinar hosted by […]

Iowa: Nutrients Runoff Lawsuit Filed, Again – DTN Mar 29, 2019

🕔Mar 29, 2019
Confined animal feeding operations and other farming operations in the Raccoon River watershed in west-central Iowa would be required to implement numerical nutrient runoff standards, the state would have to […]

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