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GroundBreakers to return for 2023

The recognition program is open to U.S. and Canadian contractors, designers and other drainage experts.

Editorial: Somehow, we manage

The industry is about much more than tile installation.

Mole drains: A cheap alternative to subsurface tile drainage

Mole drains – tunnels in the soil formed by a mole plow – are suitable for soil with heavy clay and less than 20 percent sand at mole depth.
A robust dataset for drainage

A robust dataset for drainage

Despite the many agricultural benefits to drainage, in some cases subsurface drainage can lead to serious environmental problems. A database, published earlier this year in the journal Scientific Data provides the data needed in order for researchers to examine subsurface drainage in order to determine which methods benefit both the grower and the environment. Data was collected from 39 research sites across the Midwest, with the data collection period being as long as 17 years. Here’s what researchers have learned. » Read more...
Grow our People

LICO annual drainage conference

Jan. 25-26
Location: Ontario
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