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Manitoba reeve reacts to tile drain template

Reeve Ralph Groening welcomes a new tile drain template created by The Red River Basin Commission that the municipal council can use to deal with the growing number of tile drainage requests in the town of Morris, MB.

The next step in reducing nutrient loss

More is needed to solve Iowa's water quality problems. According to research out of Iowa State University, even though there are benefits to no-till for reducing soil and phosphorus loss, edge-of-field practices are necessary for nitrate reduction.

Ag must quickly improve water practices or face regulations

Brian Perry, who works for Land O'Lakes Sustain program, says the growing focus on water quality and nitrates from farm fields means more regulation will come if farmers don't adopt new technology and practices for drainage.
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Promoting the good

Few innovations have contributed as much to the rise of agricultural productivity across the Northern Great Plains as the ability to remove excess water. Warren Formo, executive director of the Minnesota Agriculture Resource Center, addresses drainage critics and advocates for more productive discussions about drainage practices. » Read more...

Port Industries Field Day

July 27, 2018
Location: Palmyra, MO
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Empire Farm Days

August 7-9
Seneca Falls, NY
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