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Tillage, Manure Management, and Water Quality -- Resources Conservation Practices

Mahdi Al-Kaisi , Mark Licht

Tillage and manure application practices significantly impact surface and ground water quality in Iowa. Learn how tillage and manure management affect soil erosion and considerations for nitrogen and phosphorus use.

Pages / Length: 6
Publication Date: 04/2005
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