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Research and Public Engagement: Agriculture and the Environment  [15]

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Winter Rye Cover Crop with Liquid Manure Injection Reduces Spring Soil Nitrate but Not Maize Yield

Everett, L.A.; Wilson, M.L.; Pepin, R.J.; Coulter, J.A. (Agronomy, 2019-04)
In maize-based cropping systems, leaching of nitrate-nitrogen (NO3-N) to drainage tile and groundwater is a significant problem. The purpose of this study was to assess whether a winter rye cover crop planted after silage ...

The Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework Experience from Minnesota ACPF Users

Lewandowski, Ann (Water Resources Center, 2016-05)
The Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF) is a set of desktop tools to help locate conservation practices within small watersheds. The University of Minnesota Water Resources Center (WRC) wanted to learn ...

Land application of manure: Minnesota livestock producers' practices and educational needs: focus group and questionnaire results

Vickery, John; University of Minnesota. Water Resources Center (University of Minnesota. Water Resources Center, 2002-11)

Antibiotic losses in runoff and drainage from manure-applied fields

Gupta, Satish; Singh, Ashok; Kumar, Kuldip; Thompson, Anita; Thoma, David (2003)
The objective of this research is to quantify the effects of liquid swine manure application on antibiotic and nutrient (N and P) losses via surface runoff and subsurface drainage under a conventional (moldboard plowing) ...

Literature review: winter deicer maintenance practices on impervious surfaces: impacts on the environment

Sleeper, Faye (University of Minnesota. Water Resources Center, 2013-11-22)

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