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Spring nitrogen loss: The drainage connection

A new study from the University of Minnesota Extension shows that tile drainage activity in the area is set to peak this month and next. Here’s what that means for N loss.

Canada to enhance cybersecurity in agriculture sector

With agriculture becoming an increasingly connected sector, the government has invested $500,000 over four years to enhance critical infrastructure.

Check it out: Proactive on-farm water management in the U.K.

See how one Norfolk farm invested to improve its water quality, flow and more.

This Month on The Water Table

This month on The Water Table podcast, Jamie sits down with legal experts to discuss how laws and regulations impact water management. They cover the history of regulations, swap busters, US Fish and Wildlife easements, and more. He is joined by Attorneys John Kolb, and Kale Van Bruggen from Rinke Noonan law firm, as well as Levi Otis, Director of Government Affairs at Ellingson Companies.

» Listen now at https://watertablepodcast.com.

Podcast: Future-Proof Farming: Practical tech on the farm

It’s always fun to read about the latest developments in agriculture technology – from automation and big data to UAVs (drones) and genetic modification. But some still see ag tech as difficult to understand and even more difficult to adopt. Experts from Purdue University and Olds College share the developments that are making them most excited for the future – and how new tech is making its way into the average farmer’s fields. » Read more...