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Nov. 27, 2018

Scientists to examine residual phosphorus issue in Ohio

Ohio State University researchers are planning to study farm fields in northwestern Ohio that have more phosphorus than the crops can use and as a result, contribute to Lake Erie’s harmful algal blooms. The five-year, $5-million study hopes to learn about those fields and lower the risk by creating new public-private partnerships.

Delaware poultry producer pays penalty for nutrient runoff

Poultry producer Allen Harim will pay a $300,000 administrative penalty to the Delaware Department of Natural Resources for violations at a processing plant and hatchery. The company is redirecting up to $150,000 of the penalty to conservation efforts to improve water quality.

AMW Solutions launches new machine control tools

AMW Machine Control Solutions Inc. has announced the introduction of two new machine control solutions to be used where automatic drainage-tile installation and land shaping for waterways is required. AMW PIPE is an automated tile plow control solution and AMW Ditch is an automated ditcher and scraper control solution.
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Joining forces: gaining support for drainage

Contractors know a drainage project isn't just one person's decision, but everyone else who could be potentially affected. Chuck Brandel, vice-president of the engineering consulting firm ISG, talks about how to gain community support for agricultural drainage improvement projects, one landowner at a time. » Read more...

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