Researchers look for new ways to reduce nutrient runoff

 Lancaster Farming
September 12, 2017
By Lancaster Farming
September 12, 2017, Lancaster, PA – At the third Waste to Worth conference in mid-April in Raleigh, NC, one of the topics covered was evaluating agricultural best management practices in the Chesapeake Bay program.

A major objective is to bring science-based facts to support the use of practices that will improve the watershed and be reflected in the bay model. READ MORE

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0 #1 Terry Donovan 2017-09-13 09:48
I find your publication very informative on current Ag industry advancements.
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