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Talking With Your Tenant About: Land Use Changes
Land use changes like prairie strips, perennial vegetation and extended rotations are important practices that can help achieve the goals of the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy. This publication discusses these changes and how to start a conversation with a tenant about implementing them in a farming operation.
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A Landowner's Guide to Prairie Strips
Prairie strips are an agricultural conservation practice that uses strips of native prairie vegetation in or at the edges of field to protect soil and water and provide habitat for wildlife. This publication provides an introduction for landowners.
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Prairie Strips: Small Changes, Big Impacts
Prairie strips are an agricultural conservation practice that uses strips of native prairie vegetation in or at the edges of field to protect soil and water and provide habitat for wildlife. This publication summarizes the scientific research underpinning prairie strips.
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The Cost of Prairie Strips
Prairie strips are an agricultural conservation practice that uses strips of native prairie vegetation in or at the edges of field to protect soil and water and provide habitat for wildlife. This publication breaks down the establishment and maintenance costs of prairie strips.
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Farming with Prairie Strips
Prairie strips are an agricultural conservation practice that uses strips of native prairie vegetation in or at the edges of field to protect soil and water and provide habitat for wildlife. This publication provides an introduction for farmers.
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Installing Prairie Strips: Frequently Asked Questions
Prairie strips are an agricultural conservation practice that uses strips of native prairie vegetation in or at the edges of field to protect soil and water and provide habitat for wildlife. This publication breaks down factors farmers and landowners should consider when implementing prairie strips on their land.
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Conservation Techniques for Vegetable Production: Combining Strip-Tillage and Cover Crops
Strip-tillage is when a crop is planted into narrow, tilled strips and the non-tilled area between the strips might contain residue from the previous season's main crop or a living or dead cover crop.

Combining strip-tillage and cover crops offers various benefits including minimal soil erosion, maintains soil moisture and weed suppression. This publication provides basic information on using a strip-tillage system with rolled cover crops as a conservation best management practice in vegetable production systems such broccoli, peppers, pumpkins, squash and tomatoes.
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Vegetative Filter Strips for Open Feedlot Runoff Treatment -- Solutions for Open Feedlot Operators
Properly designed and maintained vegetative filter strips provide excellent removal of feedlot runoff contaminants. Find out the research and design details.
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