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NNYADP releases results of year-long field drainage study

With these trials, researchers say they now have data with “promising and important implications” for phosphorus reduction efforts.

Bill Northey named CEO of Agribusiness Association of Iowa

Northey succeeds Joel Brinkmeyer, who will retire May 1.

Incorporating green infrastructure into municipal drainage systems

Recent upgrades include erosion control features that utilize the natural environment and engineered systems to manage water.

Check it out: Identifying potential suitability for subirrigation in the Midwest

Subirrigation can be a valuable tool for any grower in order to efficiently deliver water to crops. For those who recycle their drainage water, subirrigation can also make valuable use of stored water, thus saving valuable resources for the event of an irregularly dry summer. But how do you know if your land is suitable for subirrigation? A new tool by the Transforming Drainage group uses multiple factors including topography and field drainage to determine if land in the Midwest is highly suitable, moderately suitable or unsuitable for subirrigation. » Read more...

National LICA summer meeting

July 12-16
Location: Missouri
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